Photography Biography

Photographer Lora Brody captures the familiar in surprising and unexpected ways. Her installation at the Griffin Museum as part of Photography Atelier 19 introduces a novel way of looking at the passage of time through the faces and words of women at her 50th high school reunion.

She spent three seasons photographing in Fenway Park, focusing on the fans and workers. The resulting portfolio presents a cross-section of the colorful and diehard of Red Sox Nation. Several of these baseball photographs hang in the corporate offices of the Boston Red Sox as well as in the private collections of its executives. Images from the Fenway portfolio have been exhibited at Harvard University, The Griffin Museum of Photography, a public installation created by The Magenta Foundation on the Boston Harbor Walk, and at The Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

Brody has photographed extensively in Provincetown on Cape Cod using both, digital and alternative photography methods. Her Herring Cove portfolio emerged from weeks spent every summer photographing from inside a seaside snack shop as beach-goers bought and consumed their ice cream and hot dogs. Her pinhole series, “Water Bodies” depicts amorphous shapes suspended in deeply saturated aqua and emerald water. Images from these portfolios have been recognized in juried shows and competitions such as the Copley Society Juried Show and PX3 Prix de la Photographie, Paris, and hang in private collections.

Brody’s photographs have appeared on the cover and in feature articles in The Boston Globe Sunday Magazine and The Cape Cod Times. Her food photography accompanied her feature articles in Horticulture Magazine, Cape Cod Magazine and Cooking Light.

Ms. Brody has studied street photography with Constantine Manos, Alex Webb and Amy Arbus. She has attended classes and workshops with pinhole photographer Marian Roth and studied alternative processes with Lana Z. Caplan. She is a graduate of New York University, and is represented by Susan Ginsberg at Writers House in New york City.

Solo and Featured Exhibitions

2012: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. Grandstand to Gallery: Museum of fine Arts and Fenway Park Photo Project
2012: Magenta Foundation, Flash Forward Festival, Boston, MA.  Harbor Walk Outdoor Installation
2011: FP3 Gallery, Boston, MA.
2008: Tasmin R. Kaplan & Associates, Belmont, MA.
2007: Wainwright Bank, Cambridge, MA.
2007: Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, MA
2006: Schoolhouse Gallery, Provincetown, MA

Group Exhibitions

2014: Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA, Atelier 19 (upcoming)
2012: South Shore Arts Center, Cohasset, MA: Women 360’
2012: Schoolhouse Gallery, Provincetown, MA.
2012: Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA.  18th Annual Juried Show.
2012:  Emerson Umbrella Center for the Arts, Concord, MA. Barbara Hitchcock, Juror
2011: Copley Society of Art, Boston, MA.  Joel Meyerowitz, Juror
2010: Schoolhouse Gallery, Provincetown, MA
2008: Cambridge (MA) Art Association.  Juried show: “RED”
2007: Cambridge (MA) Art Association.  National Prize Show
2006: Cambridge (MA) Art Association.  Juried Show: “BLUE.” Juror: Carole Anne Meehan, Institute of Contemporary Art, Vita Brevis Project Director. Juror’s Choice  Award
2006: Rhys Gallery, Boston, MA.  Juried show: “Size Matters”
2006: Provincetown (MA) Art Association and Museum. Juried Exhibition
2006: South Shore Arts Center, Cohasset, MA.  Juried show: “Photography Now!”
2006: Cambridge (MA) Art Association.  National Prize Show. Juror: Cheryl Brutvan, Beal Curator of Contemporary Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
2006: Mamaroneck (NY) Artists’ Guild.  Open Juried Small Work Exhibition
2005: Cambridge (MA) Art Association.  Juried show: “RED”
2005: Rice Polak Gallery, Boston, MA. “Batter Up!”


Boston Red Sox Corporate Office
Devon Restaurant
Lobster Pot Restaurant
Private Collections

Honors and Awards:

2014: Residency at Goa-Cap: Goa Center For Alternative Photography, Goa, India.
2012: Grandstand to Gallery: Museum of fine Arts and Fenway Park Photo Project, Juried by Malcolm Rogers Ann and Graham Gund Director of the Museum of Fine Arts Director and Richard Bresciani, Archivist, historian Fenway Park.
2011: PX3 Prix de la Photographie, Paris. Official Selection
2010: Boston University Center for Digital Imagining Arts, 1st Prize selection by National Geographic photographer Cary Wolinsky and Robert Caputo for November 2010 PixBoomBlog.


2010: Provincetown Arts Magazine: Subject of feature article
2010: Provincetown Banner: Subject of Feature Article


Lorabrody/The Big Trip: on line travel blog
Mary Sister’s Children: Hyderabad Children’s Aid Society Portraits
Fenway Fanatics by Greg Pearson, Surry Cottage Books, 2013. Cover photo.
Herring Cove
Boston Globe Magazine
Cape Cod Magazine: text and photos
Horticulture Magazine: text and photos
Cooking Light Magazine: text and photos
Cape Cod Times: text and photos
Brightness Falls, by Ellen Steinbaum: cover art


B.A. New York University.  Studied with Constantine Manos, Amy Arbus, Alex Webb, Karin Rosenthal and Marion Roth.  On going: Massachusetts College Of Art, Provincetown Fine Arts Workshop.

Related Experience:

Official photographer, Red Sox Fantasy Camp, 2009
Contributing editor to Cape Cod Magazine and Horticulture Magazine
Cookbook author, culinary educator and consultant to the food industry

Professional Affiliations:

Griffin Museum of Photography, Photographic Resource Center, Boston, MA

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