Collin Howell is a documentary photographer based in New England.
Inspired by nature and travel, Collin sees photography as a wonderful way to engage with the world, encourage exploration, and promote protection of the planet. She seeks to create images with beauty and insight.
Born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas, Collin started traveling at a young age. Escaping the scorching Texas summers, she would go with her parents and twin brother on long road trips around the country. Her love for photography was sparked on those trips, when she and her brother would jump out of the car to take pictures of the same scene with their matching Fisher Price film cameras. Not only did those trips spark a love for photography, but a love for travel as well, which has been an enormous influence in her life.
In 2013, Collin graduated with a Professional Certificate in Photography from Maine Media Workshops + College, in Rockport, Maine. As a student, she was awarded the Maine Media Scholarship. Collin continued her education as an assistant to Bridget Besaw with Seedlight Pictures, and later, as an intern for the New York City-based wedding photography studio, The Day Collective. She currently freelances as a second photographer for Ira Lippke, the award-winning wedding photographer of The Day Collective. Collin is a member of Women Photograph and an alum of the Eddie Adams Workshop.
Organizations and publications Collin has worked with include U.S. News & World Report, The Outdoor Foundation, Dagbladet Børsen, Maine Coast Heritage Trust, Maine Coast Fishermen’s Association, Combined Jewish Philanthropies, Hebrew College, Student Conservation Association, Coastal Mountains Land Trust, and Crooked Trails.
Collin is available for assignments worldwide.
UNE Art Gallery, Portland, Maine, 2019
University of Maine. Augusta, Maine, 2018
Frontier. Brunswick, Maine, 2017
Fort Works Art. Fort Worth, Texas, 2017
Maine Farmland Trust Gallery. Belfast, Maine, 2016
Patagonia. Freeport, Maine, 2014
PhoPa Gallery. Portland, Maine, 2013
Maine Media Gallery. Rockport, Maine, 2013
Eddie Adams Workshop XXIX, 2016
Nominated for PDN's 30 New and Emerging Photographers to Watch, 2017 & 2018
Maine Media Scholarship, 2013