Erika Nina Suárez (She/They) is a Hungarian-American fine art photographer and freelance photojournalist. She currently resides in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and is available for assignments and collaborations worldwide.

Erika's ongoing work is rooted in her desire of wanting to connect with her Eastern European ancestry and culture. Having spent most of her childhood living in her mother's rural village in Hungary, Erika photographs agricultural events, historical landscapes, and family members that she is closest to. Using medium format color film as her great-grandfather once did, she creates a personal visual catalog of living and passed family members, animals, and century-old rituals.

Suárez’s work has been featured in exhibitions across the U.S. and abroad. Her photographs have been published in The Wall Street JournalThe Dallas Morning News Lenscratch, among others. Erika is also a recipient of the 2021  Arch and Anne Giles Kimbrough Fund awarded by the Dallas Museum of Art and is a member of The Luupe and the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA).

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