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Erika Nina Suárez

Erika Nina Suárez (she/her) is a freelance documentary photographer, installation artist, and creative lead photographer for the University of Texas at Arlington. She currently resides in the DFW area. In 2019 Suárez earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Photography from the University of North Texas. 

Erika’s current body of work examines detailed concepts of her intimate familial relationships, as she navigates her identity through her complex Hungarian and Nicaraguan ancestry. Using medium format color film, found family photographs, and handbuilt lightbox installations, she's able to grip the viewer with her intricate compositions and forge unique connections between light and space.

Suárez’s work has been featured in exhibitions across the U.S. and abroad.  Her photographs have been published in The Wall Street Journal, The Luupe, Lenscratch, Deep Red Press, among others. Erika is also a recipient of the 2021  Arch and Anne Giles Kimbrough Fund awarded by the Dallas Museum of Art.

Erika is available for assignments in the Dallas-Fort Worth area