The daughter of a commercial photographer and art director, Brenda Biondo grew up surrounded by photography and has been making photographs for more than 30 years. Her work focuses on three distinct areas: constructed abstractions; conservation and land-based issues; and the way cultural artifacts move from the past into the present. Her photographs have been exhibited throughout the country and published in numerous print and online publications, including The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Denver Post and Lenscratch. Her images are in the collection of the Library of Congress, the Museum of Photographic Arts and numerous corporations and private collections. Her book of photographs, Once Upon a Playground, was published by the University Press of New England in 2014. Before beginning her third career as a fine art photographer, Brenda worked for a decade in corporate and non-profit communications in NYC and Washington DC, and then spent nine years as a freelance writer specializing in environmental issues. A native New Yorker, she’s been a resident of Colorado since 1999, and currently lives near Pikes Peak where the light and landscape continue to inspire her work.
Biondo’s work will be exhibited in several shows in the coming year, including “Atmospheric,” a solo show at Goodwin Fine Art in Denver, March 3 – April 15, 2017. You can also view several images from Biondo’s series, Paper Skies, in the 2016 issue of Diffusion magazine.