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Juliet Haas

 

juliet@juliethaas.studio

 

 website: https://www.juliethaas.studio

 

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Juliet has worked in and around the Photographic and Entertainment Industries since 1993. During her first few semesters as a Photography major at Santa Monica’s Community College she began volunteering as a photography and darkroom teacher to at risk youth ages 6 to 18 with the original Venice Arts Mecca. 

 

She went on to work as a black and white proof printer with four professional Hollywood film processing labs occasionally having the good fortune of working on random commercial and high fashion shoots. When the industry went digital and she found herself without a profession she branched out into other areas of the entertainment industry acquiring many unique skills including loading 35mm Arriflex Motion Picture magazines on Commercial and Short Films, booking the occasional set-stills gig on student films and working as a Production Coordinator at the dynamic Commercial Boutique FUEL.

 

After a five year hiatus from Photography and unable to shake the yearning to create images, Juliet finally picked up her first digital DSLR over the course of a two week road trip Summer 2005 and the future was set. Honing her skills in wedding and headshot photography, portraiture and street photography she finally found a home in the fine art photography community while attending the One-Year Professional Program with Los Angeles Center of Photography. In January 2014 she won her first award as a Finalist in the PHOTO L.A. Emerging Focus competition and spoke about her work publicly for the first time as a presenter with Open Show Los Angeles. By May that year she would begin co-producing with Open Show Los Angeles and working as Project Manager with YourDailyPhotograph.

 

Fast forward to today and now a full-time resident of Sacramento, CA, Juliet continues to collaborate with other artists creating portrait projects and producing photo-based artist screening events as a curator and producer of Open Show Sacramento. In March of 2017 she founded the fine art critique group PHOTO-Sacto. The group of six photographers exhibited FOUND OBJECTS in celebration of their first year together at Yolo Arts Gallery 625 during The inaugural Photography Month Sacramento in April 2018. The group meets once a month to share new projects and inspiration.

 

Juliet actively submits work to calls for entry and exhibits locally and nationally as well as in numerous online forums. Her most recent awards include Jurors Choice Award for her image Owens Lookout for The 2018 SAC Open Studios Tour, Finalist and Honorable Mention for her image Surveilled which will be published in the Photographer’s Forum hard cover book Best of Photography 2018, and her series Marionettes and Ghosts of Other Visions has been selected for an exhibit at Viewpoint Photographic Art Center for their 2019 schedule. 

 

AWARDS 

The 2018 SAC Open Studios Tour - Juror's Choice Award 

Photographer's Forum, 38th Annual Spring Photography Contest 2018 - Finalist and Honorable Mention 

10th Annual Julia Margaret Cameron Award  - Fine Art Single Image, 2017 - Finalist

Abandoned competition winner TBM Picture Compete 2017 - Third Place

 

City Panorama public art project 2014 - King County Metro and PCNW, Seattle, WA

Emerging Focus 2013 - Finalist 

TBM What Happens at Night II - Honorable Mention

 

CV

Curator, GOLDEN MEAN, Between Two Paths, Sparrow Gallery | Photography Month Sacramento, April 13 - May 4, 2018

 

Founder, PHOTO Sacto CRIT Group, March 2017

 

Producer, OPEN Show Sacramento, March 2016 - Present

 

Co-Producer, OPEN Show Sacramento, May 2014 - June 2015

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

2018

Mixing Light with Clay, Viewpoint Gallery, Sacramento, CA, Sept. 4-Oct. 6,  2018 - Juror: Mark Citret

 

SAC Open Studios Preview Exhibit, VERGE Center for The Arts, Sacramento, CA, Sept. 6-30, 2018 

 

SAC Open Studios Tour Preview, Sacramento Fine Arts Center, Sacramento, CA, August 1-30, 2018 

 

2018 Members Exhibit, Viewpoint Photographic Art Center, Sacramento, CA, July 10-Aug.4, 2018 

 

Found Objects, Gallery 625 - Inaugural Photography Month Sacramento, Woodland, CA, April 2018

 

Still Lifes, SxSE Photo Gallery , Molena, GA, Jan 2018 - Juror: Aline Smithson

 

2017

Twelve:Balance, Viewpoint Photographic Art Center , Dec 2017, Sacramento, CA - Juror: Jane Edberg

 

2015

Estuaries: where the tide meets the stream, Holiday Bazaar 2015, Rush Center, Gold Beach, OR 

Not a Dirty Word, LA Mother Launch and fundraising event, Los Angeles, CA 

 

2014

Opening Doors | Graduate Work, Los Angeles Center of Photography, CA 

Travel Light, King Co. Metro and Photo Center NW Photomural Project, Seattle, WA

Through the Lens: New Photography, Los Angeles Center of Photography, CA 

Galvanize Art Showcase, Harwell Design Studio, Los Angeles, CA 

Emerging Focus 2014, photo l.a., LA Mart, Los Angeles, CA 

Open Show LA #23, photo l.a., LA Mart, Los Angeles, CA  - speaker/presenter 

LACP Street Shots, Los Angeles Center of Photography on-line exhibition 

 

2013

Los Angeles Center of Photography Member's Exhibition

Street Shooting in Cuenca, Ecuador, Julia Dean Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

 

2011

Art-ful Soiree, Rheeway Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

 

2010

50 Dollar Art Show, The Red Loft, DTLA, CA, 2010 

 

2004

Invent Oraison, Electric Lodge, Venice, CA 

Venice Art Walk, Le Claire Fontaine, Venice, CA 

Studies on Living Meditation, Center for Living Meditation, Santa Monica, CA

 

2000

Night Flights, Sponsored by Air France, Casa Del Mar, Santa Monica, CA 

 

 

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