Aired On: Jul 25, 2013
Sheryl Nields discusses her images and how she works to dissolve the often imposing barriers between artist and subject.
From her earliest published work to recent commissions for Esquire, Harper’s, Flaunt, Interview, Arena UK and Elle, each of Sheryl Nields' images testifies to a creative environment in which intensity and spontaneity are fused in balance.
Nields' portraits are the product of an infectious, unguarded energy that fuels those surrounding her and creates...
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PhotographerFrom her earliest published work to recent commissions for Esquire, Harper’s, Flaunt, Interview, Arena UK and Elle, each of Sheryl Nields' images testifies to a creative environment in which intensity and spontaneity are fused in balance.