Lives and works in Cambridge, Massachusetts

Education
2016   BFA Photography, California State University of Long Beach, CA

Group Exhibitions
2017   Winter Works, Bromfield Gallery, Boston, MA
            From Here to There, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
2016   Misplacement, Max L.Gatov Gallery West, Long Beach, CA
            Outsights, California State University of Long Beach, CA
            One: Mind, Body, Spirit, Self-Help Graphics, Los Angeles, CA
            A.M.A 4th Annual Art Gala, Earl Burns Japanese Garden, Long Beach, CA
            Anomaly, Viento y Agua, Long Beach, CA
2015   Verve Vida, Hotel Normandie, Los Angeles, CA
Print & Online Publications
2018   Booooooom, Cruces, Feb 10th
            Fusion Art, Third Annual Animal Kingdom, Exhibition Finalist, Jan
2016   Quest Magazine cover, Pursuing Innovation Through Research, Issue 2 F16 for California State University of Long Beach
            Disfunkshion Magazine, Life Alchemy, Vol.24 pg.123, July
            Vigil Held To Remember Victims, csulb.edu, June
            Summer Special Olympics, csulb.edu, June
            DIG Magazine cover, Faces of Islam: CSULB's Muslim Population Speaks Out About Islamophobia, April
            First TEDx Held On Campus, csulb.edu, April
            Advice From Sir Richard Roberts, csulb.edu, March
2015   Feature Shoot, A Look at Urban Living Through the Eyes of 69 Photographers Around the World, Feature Shoot
            Disfunksion Magazine, Goodbye Setbacks, Hello Dreams: The Power of Visualization
2014   The Base Line Magazine, Vol.1 Spring, Chaffey College
Volunteer
2018   Photographic Resource Center - Inventory, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA
2016   Museum of Latin American Art - Assistant/Photographer, Long Beach, CA

Steffanie Padilla (b.1989, Riverside, CA) is a conceptual photographer whose work explores matters surrounding the human condition, roles animals are given in various cultures and the term speciesism. By working intuitively and introspectively, the process of making allows for a spectrum of questions to emerge that can take on multiple forms including photographs, mixed media and video. She is a current prospective MFA applicant. 

Contact:
please direct all inquires to
steffanieapadilla@gmail.com