Jackie Heitchue

 

Biography

 

Jackie Heitchue graduated with a BFA from the Corcoran School of Art. For several years, she was an award-winning photojournalist for a chain of newspapers in the suburbs of Washington, D.C.  From there, she worked as a freelancer, a master printer at the Library of Congress, and a public high school art teacher.  For the past decade Heitchue has been pursuing her own projects.  While her whimsical photographs are deeply personal, they are also allegories of domestic life, speaking to the universal themes of family and motherhood that connect one generation to the next.

 

Selected Exhibits and Awards

 

San Francisco Bay International Photography Awards

Portfolio Award

August, 2019

 

Images, Shoreline Arts Alliance

First Honors

Guilford, Connecticut

April, 2018

 

Still Life:  Elevating the Mundane

Juror’s Award Recipient

PhotoPlace Gallery

Middlebury, Vermont

September, 2018

 

What I Know So Far

Solo Exhibition

Griffin Museum

Boston, Massachusetts

June-September, 2018

 

Still Life

The SE Center for Photography

Greenville, South Carolina

April, 2018

 

Photography Atelier 27

Griffin Museum of Photography

Winchester, Massachusetts

March-April, 2018

 

                  Artist as Curator III

Kehler Liddell Gallery


New Haven, Connecticut


July-August, 2016



 

 

 

UnBound 4!

Candela Gallery 


Richmond, Virginia 


July-August, 2015

 

Portfolio ShowCase 8

Center for Fine Art Photography

Fort Collins, Colorado 


May-June,2015

  

34th Annual Photography Show

Carriage Barn Arts Center 


New Canaan, Connecticut 


January-February, 2013

 

Media and Publications

 

Bokeh Bokeh

The Poetry of Mushrooms

March, 2020

 

Boston Voyager

Art & Life with Jackie Heitchue

September 3, 2018

 

Portfolio Showcase, Volume VIII

Center for Fine Art Photography 


May 2015