Christina T. Hudson

img_2295e_webA Pittsburgher by birth, I am also half Greek and have, so far, spent most of my life in Athens, the capital city of Greece. Photography helps me map out the world and my life and make sense of it all in its wonderful weirdness, in the pain and joy it brings, the confusion and the noise, the ordinary and the extraordinary moments, which are sometimes hard to tell apart.

I live with my family in Athens, and I like to make photographs as often as I can.

Please get in touch if you are interested in my work or if you would like to collaborate on a project.


On the Web:
Fraction Anniversary
Visions of Motherhood
Lenscratch exhibition (Where are we now?)
Impressa Mag feature
Photo/Foto Magazine feature
Self-Portrait (Isolation Project)
Everything Gonna Be Alright (Isolation Project)
Light, Definitely (Isolation Project)

On the Wall:
The Smart View “Smart as Photography” group exhibition  (organized by the Biennial for Contemporary Photography) and hosted by the Zephyr Space for Contemporary Photography in Mannheim, Germany
Atenistas “People in the City” group exhibition at Syntagma Metro Station in Athens, Greece
The Print Swap group exhibition at Foley Gallery in NYC