Erica Ann Flood

Manager, International Low-Residency Photography MFA

MFA Photography

Hartford Art School
860.768.5237 V 109

Post-graduate Certificate, Photography, Oskreutzshchule Für Fotografie

BA, Photography with emphasis in Documentary Studies, Prescott College

Erica Ann Flood is a documentary-style photographer who has been actively engaged in creating photographs for more than 20 years. Flood has been on a personal mission to gain a deeper understanding of the human experience around the globe. Her explorations have taken her to the San Blas Archipelago in Panama; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Kino Bay, Mexico; Kenya; Berlin, Germany, and most recently Tokyo, Japan. 

The ultimate goal of her work is to utilize a visual vocabulary that communicates across regional and cultural barriers in order to create a renewed curiosity about the human experience in her audience.


Honors and Awards

  • January 2010 and 2011, LCC Grant, E’town Uprising: Voices of Youth (Photography Program)
  • 2009, finalist Photographer’s Forum Best of Photography Annual 2009
  • January 2005, Suzanne Tito Award in Photography

Works Published

  • All the Girls. Self-published monograph, 2013
  • Photographer’s Forum: Best of Photography Annual 2009 (page 95)
  • Transitions Magazine [Vol.26 #2, Spring 2005]
  • Alligator Juniper, Literary Journal, 2005 Edition
  • Raven Review Special Feature [Vol.6 #1, 10/29/04, Pg. 8&9]
  • Raven Review [Vol.5 #2, 11/21/03, Pg. 1&4]
  • Photographer’s Forum: Best of College Photography Annual 1999 (page 177)


Group Exhibitions
  • Photobook 2013, Davis Orton Gallery, Hudson, N.Y., November 2013
  • Post, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany, October 2013
  • Hosmer Gallery, Northampton, Mass., September 2010
  • Elements, Arcansus Gallery, Shelburne Falls, Mass., November 2009
Solo Exhibitions
  • all the girls, ECA + Gallery, Easthampton, Mass., Artwalk September 2014
  • Kleinegarten Selections, Municipal Gallery, Easthampton, Mass., June–September 2014
  • Kenya: Off the Beaten Path, Cooley Dickinson Hospital Auxiliary, New Gallery, April 2009