BIO

 

Sonia Goydenko is an internationally exhibited New York City based street photographer. She has received awards from numerous festivals including Italian Street Photo Festival, Miami Street Photo Festival and Aussie Street Photography Festival. Her work was recently exhibited in NYC by Women Street Photographers. She has been published in Huffington Post, Eyeshot Magazine, Women Street Photographers, and various other mediums. In addition to photographing the streets daily, she works as a TA at the International Center of Photography, guest lectures at the School of Visual Arts, teaches street photography workshops, and holds private portfolio reviews. She has recently started the Instagram page @showmeyourduds, an educational platform created for photography students, where talented photographers willingly share the images that they consider failures.

 

AWARDS / EXHIBITIONS / PUBLICATIONS

2020 - Joined NYCSPC Collective

 

2020 - Street Sweeper Magazine Published

 

2020 - Italian Street Photography Festival Finalist

 

2020 - Sad.Songs.Nyc Exhibited

 

2020 - ThisPhotographyLife.com Interview Published 

2020 - The School of Visual Arts Guest Lecturer

2019 - Women Street Photographers Exhibited

 

2019 - Miami Street Photography Festival Finalist

2019 - Eyeshot Magazine 'New York State of Mind' Series Published

2019 - Australia Street Photography Festival 2nd Place Series Winner

2019 - Australia Street Photography Festival Single Image Finalist 

2019 - UPPhotographers Interview Published 

2019 - Eyeshot Magazine 'Fragments of Consciousness' Series Published

 

2018 - Dek Unu Magazine Interview & Publication of 'Fragments of Consciousness'

2018 - LoosenArt Magazine Winner of Shadow Competition 

2018 - Cigar Factory Group Art Exhibition

2018 - Umbrella Arts Gallery Group Exhibition  

2018 - Michael Ingbar Gallery Group Exhibition     

                                                  

2017 - 2016 Nikon Scholarship Recipient

2016 - Huffington Post Photography Publication 

 

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