Sam Marie Glaze is an artist interested in photography’s inherent power dynamics as well as its ability to interrupt them by documenting the invisible and cultivating connection. Her current project considers the interplay and implications of memory, culture, colonialism, and her experience living in Guam as a U.S. Navy spouse. Other projects explore the collision of physical and virtual experiences in place on Google Street View and the invisible struggles of the neurodiverse experience.
Sam holds a B.A. in Art History from Arizona State University, most of which was completed while living abroad with her family in Japan and Guam.