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Camilla Jerome (she/her) is an interdisciplinary artist from Massachusetts. She holds an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design and a BFA from Lesley Art and Design. Her photographic work interprets disability as a fluid state, visualization of chronic illness, and testimony of embodied knowledge. 

Jerome is a 2021 Critical Mass finalist and made the LENSCRATCH 2021 Top 26 to Watch List for her project Wounds Need Air. She has recently exhibited work at Sol Koffler Gallery, Umbrella Arts Gallery, Gallery Kayafas, The Faye Chandler Emerging Artist Exhibition at Boston City Hall, 10th Annual Julia Margaret Cameron Exhibition for Women Photographers in Barcelona, Laconia Gallery, and The Boston Architectural Society. She has been named one of Flash Forward's 2018 Top 100 Emerging Photographers and was selected to participate in CENTER'S 2018 Santa Fe Portfolio Reviews. Jerome has received awards from the 10th Annual Julia Margaret Cameron Fine Art Photography Series and Personal Photography Series Winner, PDN’s FACES Portrait Competition Professional Personal Work Winner, and Lesley University Award For Excellence in Photography. She has been published by Flash Forward, Recently (self published), PDN,  Ain’t Bad, Mull it Over, American Chordata, C-41, and LENSCRATCH. 

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