Victoria Crayhon’s work has been exhibited, published and collected both internationally and throughout the United States. Her work has been prominently featured in publications such as British Journal of Photography, the Christian Science Monitor, Slate Magazine, Huffington Post, Fraction Magazine, Zero_Cento Editions, La Journal de la Photographie, Fade to Black, Art/Photo Magazine, and The Photo Review top ten of 2019 and 2014.


It is also included in museum, corporate and private collections, among them The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Harvard/Fogg Art Museums, and Citigroup in NYC. Her projects have been exhibited in solo and group shows in New York, Boston, Baltimore, Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Providence, Helsinki, Finland, Landskrona, Sweden and Vladivostok in the Russian Federation. Using photography and video, her work addresses issues of personal identity and desire existing within the framework and ideology of social, commercial and/or technological realms.


Grants include two Fulbright Scholarships (2011, 2018) and the 2010 Aaron Siskind Fellowship in Photography from Rhode Island State Council of the Arts. Ms. Crayhon is a Professor of Photography at the College of Art and Design at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.