Cara Brostrom is a lifestyle, documentary and fine art photographer. With a background in performance and interdisciplinary art practice, Cara’s work documents the landscapes, objects and repeated experiences that reveal our modern lives. A skilled photographer and visual storyteller, her images feel lush, wondrous, authentic, unruly and full of fresh air.
Her photographs and writing have been published online and in print and her art has been shown in the United Kingdom, Scandinavia, Canada, and throughout the United States. She has exhibited photography and performance in solo and group shows at Mobius, Meme Gallery, the Aviary and the Berwick Institute in Boston as well as SFMOMA in San Francisco. Cara is the director of the Boston chapter of Fun-A-Day, an annual inclusive and participatory art project.
Cara completed an MA in Performance Practice from Aberystwyth University (UK). She lives on the top floor of a triple-decker overlooking the dazzling emerald gem of Franklin Park in Boston, Massachusetts. In addition to her own art practice, she mentors emerging New England artists in the fields of performance and photography.
email: cara (at) carabrostrom.com
Her work has been published worldwide in Yoga Journal, Origin, Wildling Magazine, Mother Earth Living, t.e.l.l. New England Magazine, The Boston Globe, Rangefinder, Mandala Magazine, Mind Body Green, Well + Good, Yoganonymous, Elephant Journal, and Well Wed Cape & Islands.