Nina Freer is a published and exhibited documentary photographer who has obtained her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio from the University of New Mexico. She has focused her photographic energy towards the documentation of nonprofit events and promotional materials. She has created series of works for Young Women United, United Way of Central New Mexico, March of Dimes, Artful Life, Artstreet Healthcare for the Homeless, the National Hispanic Cultural Center, and the Cesar Chavez Marcha & Service Day. Dance photography and family portraiture have been her current passions. You may find her documenting in the Bosque or Albuquerque streets during her quite times of contemplation.
Her most accomplished series is her “Indígena: ¿Quíenes son las indígenas?” which was featured in the Best Student Essaysonline publication published by the University of New Mexico. Her most recent exhibited works were included in Insight Photographic Women Art Showat the Expo Fairgrounds. The most widely viewed and honored work of the young photographer is of the local actress Cihuatl Gonsalez as Malinche, selected in the Alibifeature“Shutter to Think: 6th Annual Photo Contest.”
Nina Freer is an Albuquerque based photographer in New Mexico, although a transplant from Manitoba, Canada. Much of her work is a reflection upon culture and place.