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Jamie Richey is a Cleveland-based photographer, mixed media artist, writer and creative marketing professional. Raised in Northeast Ohio, Jamie has bounced from here to the south and back earning a BA in film and photography from Elon University. Her time after graduation consisted of freelance film gigs, photography studio work and some commercial publishing before heading back South to earn her Master of Arts degree in Art History with a photography concentration at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Her interest in teaching led her into museum education working in museums in Savannah, GA and Dothan, AL during which time she curated art exhibits with an educational focus. On the side, Jamie continued to exhibit her photography while also working as a production assistant on the occasional indie film. Returning to Ohio in 2014 Jamie has been steadily building her portfolio with a concentration in mixed media photography and now works in marketing. She is eager to find herself on another film set and looking forward to the next exhibit or collaborative art project!

Exhibitions   “Art without an audience is like a novel without publication”


June 2021 - Speak in Images See in Sounds - Cleveland, OH

Apr. 2021 - Portraying Thought, Inquiry & Story in Photography - Curator & Artist

                  - Cleveland, OH

Jan. 2021 - Project Coordinator - Cleveland Memory Project

July 2020 - Launch Print Shop on Jamier-photography.com

May 2020 - Launch Art Seen: a caffeinated photo journey Blog

Dec. 2019 - Scatterings: 3-Dimensions on the Wall & Off - Doubting Thomas - 

                    Cleveland, OH

Sept. 2019 - Spotlight - Heights Arts - Cleveland, OH

Jan. 2019 - Solo Show - Bop Stop - Cleveland, OH


Sept. 2018 - Museum of Lost___.  - Bop Stop - Cleveland, OH

Aug. 2018 - Solo Show - Apple Tree Books - Cleveland Hts., OH

July 2018 - Cover Feature - Sleeper Service - Cleveland, OH

June 2018 - Peer Show - Cleveland Print Room - Cleveland, OH

March 2018 - Birds & Blooms - Penitentiary Glen Nature Center - Kirtland, OH

March 2018 - Spitball - Cleveland Print Room - Cleveland, OH

Feb. 2018 - Solo show - Urban Orchid - Cleveland, OH


Dec. 2017 - Solo Show - Cafe-Ah-Roma - Cleveland, OH

Dec. 2017 - Off the Wall - Cleveland Print Room - Cleveland, OH

Nov. 2017 - 46th Annual Juried Art Exhibit - Valley Art Center - Chagrin Falls, OH

Nov. 2017 - Tall Walls - CWAL - Cleveland, OH

Oct. 2017 - Solo show: Photography: Beyond the Camera - SH2 Gallery -   

                   Cleveland Hts., OH

Sept. 2017 - Solo Show - Nervous Dog Coffee - Akron & Stow, OH

June 2017 - Artists Sale - CWAL - Cleveland, OH


2012 - Sketchbook Project - Along the Line - Dothan, AL


2010 - Desoto Strut II - Savannah, GA


Oct. 2008 - Hidden Talents - Hilton Head Island, SC

2008 - Pink Magazine

Aug. 2006 - Cover Photo - Skinnie Magazine


July 2006 - Solo Show - Monkey Love Gallery - Savannah, GA

2006 - Chroma Gallery - Savannah, GA

2006 - Solo Show: Alternative Processes - Art Center of Coastal Carolina - Hilton

           Head Island, SC


Nov. 2005 -  Skirt Magazine

June 2005 - Solo Show: Because things aren't always As they're seen...

                    - Studio 5 Rings - Cleveland, OH

2005 - Private Screening - Cuyahoga Community College - Cleveland, OH

2005 - 25th Annual Fava Gallery Six-State Photography - Oberlin, OH


Oct. 2002 - Solo Show - Camera Les Manipulations - Scaravilli Gallery -

                   Cleveland, OH

July 2002 - Willoughby Arts Fest - Willoughby


2001 - Jones Soda Labels


Sept. 2000 - Film: Reflections of Laceration - Ohio Independent Film Festival -

                    Cleveland, OH

2000 - Photographer's Form Magazine

2000 - Animism - Elon University - Elon, NC

Appletree Books

The amalgam of visual stimuli which Jamie Richey has chosen to exhibit screams for a personal and subjective interpretation, translation and codification while paradoxically savoring its own autonomy as an abstract, angular and technically virtuosic manifesto of visual expression. The artist’s most stimulating images emit an ego-less mystique of manipulated conservatism, which is exploited to create a visual dissonance comparable to that of Barbara Kruger. I pensively suggest another metaphor (for those of you who are sonically inclined) of the transient trumpeter Dave Douglas. However, I offer these loosely sculpted associations as a device to increase our artistic receptivity – not to perpetuate our societal fetishism with classification, which inadvertently places devious stigmas on the work of complex and intriguing artists, which Jamie Richey will inevitable be a part of.

 - Anonymous Critic

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