Gina Brocker is a documentary photographer based in Boston and Colorado. Her work represents relationships, cultures and environments in an intimate and authentic light. Through an unobtrusive lens - the subjects rarely looks at the camera or notice its presence. Her images show us a world familiar and yet completely individual and personal, shaped by the deep empathy of the photographer in interpreting and recording the moments of everyday life.
Gina completed her BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD and her MFA in Documentary Photography at the University of Wales, Newport. Gina's work has been exhibited and published both nationally and internationally. She was selected for, 25 Under 25:Up-and-Coming American Photographers (Vol.2), selected by Sylvia Plachy and co-published by Duke University’s Center for Documentary Studies and Powerhouse Books. A series of her Donovan family photographs was also published in Vision magazine, Beijing, China. With portfolio submission, she was announced the Grand Prize Winner at Nikon’s prestigious photographic Discovery Awards, held at Olympia, London. Gina was also Shortlisted for the Terry O’Neill Award and exhibited her work at Getty Images Gallery London and the Independent Photographers Gallery Sussex. Her photographs were also featured in an issue of The Sunday Times Magazine and Hotshoe magazine.
Gina also offers wedding and lifestyle photography and is available for commissions throughout New England, Colorado and beyond.