Tricia Gahagan


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Gahagan is a fine art photographer born and raised in Providence, RI. She is a first-time recipient of the John Chervinsky Emerging Photographer Award from The Griffin Museum of Photography. Her work has been exhibited and published throughout the United States and internationally. She began her career in fine art photography after over a decade in marketing and advertising. In 2012 she attended Corcoran College of Art & Design then continued to the New England School of Photography in Boston. She then went on to study under Joyce Tenneson and Cig Harvey. In addition to her art she is a clairvoyant lightworker, contributor to LA Yoga and Boston Yoga magazines and serves on the board of New Harmony Farm. Gahagan is based out of Newbury, MA with her young family. When she’s not behind her camera she loves connecting with the land, walking, yoga and meditating.



Connecting with Consciousness

How often do we pause and pay attention to the messages the world is mirroring back to us?

11:11 is a series that illuminates the introspective significance of the moment; the notion that every experience, relationship, decision, and habit is a mirror. They are subtle, hidden moments that reveal insights, guidance, and answers. Unedited and never staged, these found images blur the lines between perception and illusion. Their complex silence affords a heightened, contemplative awareness to go beyond the limits of the analytical mind while witnessing the everyday world around us.

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