Anna Ogier-Bloomer (b. 1983, Hartford, CT) was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is a feminist artist and photographer whose work has been published widely online, including Feature Shoot, Refinery29, The Huffington Post, The Daily Mail, BUST Magazine, Redbook, Brigitte Magazine among others. She is recently concluded a Feminist Residency at Project for Empty Space in Newark, NJ, where she spoke on a panel Grab Back: Taking Back Power Through Art. An exhibition of work followed the residency at Project for Empty Space in Newark.
She is the recipient of numerous grants, including the Awesome Foundation, Chashama, CSArts Cincinnati, and awards from Parsons School of Design, the School of Visual Arts, and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Her work has been shown at galleries and museums nationally, including The Contemporary Art Center in Cincinnati, The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Bridge Art Fair in Miami/Basel, and at the Attleboro Arts Museum in Massachusetts. Solo and two-person shows include exhibitions in New York, Cincinnati and Wellesley, MA. Ogier-Bloomer has spoken about her work at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts in New York, Gateway Projects in Newark, the School of Visual Arts, and The Bakery Photographic Collective in Portland, ME.
Ogier-Bloomer holds an MFA in Photography & Related Media from Parsons School of Design, where she was awarded the Photography Department Prize. She received her BFA from The School of The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Tufts University, where she was the recipient of the Yousuf Karsh Prize in Photography and a Dean’s Travel Grant. She serves on the graduate faculty at the School of Visual Arts and has been an adjunct Assistant Professor at the City University of New York. She currently lives in New York City with her husband and daughter, and travels often for her work.