Carrie Crow is a fine art, travel, portrait, food, performance, and horse racing photographer [in other words, a generalist] whose work has been exhibited internationally at the Queens Museum of Art, Newspace Center for Photography, Curious Matter, Streit House Space, the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, FIDM à Paris Mairie IX, Kunst Altonale Hamburg, and Galleria Perela during the 54th and 56th Venice Biennales. Her work has also appeared in The New York Times, The New York Post, Time Out New York, and in literary and arts publications such as 3:AM Magazine (London), SAND Journal (Berlin), Upstairs at Duroc (Paris), and the upcoming Versal 12 (Amsterdam). Born and raised in Los Angeles and a long time resident of New York City, Carrie frequently travels and works in Paris, France.
Before photography, Carrie was a singer, working with composer and director Elizabeth Swados for almost twenty years performing at BAM, Lincoln Center, LaMaMa, Playwrights Horizons, The Actor's Studio, New York Stage & Film and numerous churches, synagogues, schools and ad hoc venues around the country. The best gig she ever sang at was in a living room with cake and champagne on an ordinary day in February celebrating Liz's birthday.
Full CV is available here.
creative direction + writing
She also writes about art and photography for ARTEIDOLIA. Recent articles include:
photography clients include
American Bard Theater Company, York Shakespeare, Ballybeg Theater Company, Mercia Entertainment, Harper Collins, Overseas Press Club, Foreign Press Association, Kwiat Diamonds, Brand Building Communications, Tiger Management LLC, and Obliq Sound.
photos by John Greiner; top Trieste, middle Antrim Coast, Northern Ireland, bottom Dublin