Nina Fuller

Nina Fuller

Nina’s formal education includes an AFA in Print Making from Silvermine College of Art in New Canaan, CT,  a BA in Fine Art from George Washington University in DC, and a MA in Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Equine Assisted Mental Health and Photography Therapy from Prescott College in Prescott, AZ. Nina has had the honor of photographing our Presidents and First Ladies including both Bush's, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Michelle  and Barack Obama. Commercial clients include: L.L. Bean, Lands' End, Dover Saddlery, Johhny's Selected Seeds, Active Travel Inc., Friendly's, Minnowknits International, Equestrian Vacations, Tourist Board of Ireland, Spanish Tourist Board, Australian Tourism Council, and many others.

Nina works in a carriage-house studio at her sheep farm in Hollis, Maine. She photographs important events for families, supports her commercial clientele, and captures beauty and irony wherever she is. Traveling the world photographing and writing about her experiences, Nina’s work has appeared in the Boston Globe, The New York Times, Maine Sunday Telegram, National Geographic Traveler, Practical Horseman, Horse and Rider, Women and Horses, Mountain Living Magazine, Animal Fare,  American Cowboy, Fido Friendly Magazine and other international publications. Nina gives group and individual workshops in photography and Equine Assisted Photography Therapy (EAPT) at her farm in Maine where she shares her experience and understanding of photography and horses with those who aspire to see the world in a new and exciting way. 

 

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Radio Maine Episode 39: Nina Fuller

Back to the Land

Inspired by Scott and Helen Nearing’s classic “back-to-the-land” book, Living the Good Life, Nina Fuller first came to Maine in 1972. Being close to nature had taken root in her psyche from early days spent on her parent’s farm in Connecticut, and she sought this same agricultural connection for her own family. When her Maine dreams imploded with a series of life transitions, Nina knew she would someday return to the bucolic tranquility she had previously found.  After raising her children and building a successful career as a commercial photographer, Nina reestablished herself on her very own sheep farm in Hollis, Maine. Nina has entered the latest phase in her photography career from this location, creating fine art prints documenting her life as a sheep farmer. Join us in discussing Nina’s journey back to the land on this week’s episode of Radio Maine.



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