Paige Salmon uses photography to explore our relationship with the natural world - focusing on the ways we manipulate the landscape and the way our desire for beauty has shaped the appearance of the spaces we occupy. Working with both digital and analog processes, she also incorporates collage and diorama into her practice.
Paige is currently an MFA Candidate at the Maine College of Art and expects to graduate in the spring of 2019. She also received a BA in Foreign Language and Communication Media from American University in 2011. Her work has been shown in the US at Black Box Gallery and Studio Gallery, as well as the RFK Center in Florence, Italy. Paige has been featured in Nyota Magazine and American Way of Life Magazine and is the recipient of the Roderick Dew Travel Grant from the Maine College of Art.
Paige has professional experience working as a Teaching Assistant in the Photography Department at the Maine College of Art and as a Photography Lab Technician and Teaching Assistant at American University.