Jill Boyles currently lives in Texas, USA and enjoys photographing nature. She strives to allow the subject of the photograph to remain prominent by using minimal editing. Her hope is to have viewers allow themselves to experience photographs on an emotional level first and then see how light, shape, color and composition work together to create the mood that they feel.

In addition to photographing nature, Jill is also intrigued by demolished and abandoned buildings and attempts to capture the narratives behind them.

And, if they’re up for it, she photographs friends and family.

 

Publications                                                                    

Literary Cargo “The Rookery at Alcatraz Island”

ArtHouston “Cross-Pollination” 

The Passporte “Untitled”

Forage Poetry “Eight Photographs Untitled”

 

Awards/Honors

Light Space & Time Special Merit Awards “Illumination” and “Sea Flowers”

     Special Recognition “Blaze” and “Fruition”