Erin Hogue is a multi faceted artist. Having earned her BFA in Photography from Ryerson University, and now living between Whistler, BC and Southern California, vast landscapes and the individuals interaction with them are her primary muse.
Erin’s work has been published internationally and she has held shows in both Canada and Australia as well as been featured in shows in the United States, Germany, Japan and England. Erin’s shows include; On the Edge of Real, The World is Flat, Somerset House and Art Holes. She has lectured at UCSD about the relationship between visual representation and cultural documentation, and spoken in Paris, Aspen and Tahoe.