Adriene Hughes is a San Diego based fine art photographer with an MFA from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Tufts University. She is a multi-media artist whose current body of work is based within the genre of grand landscape and the effects of global warming on the environment through the use of infrared technology, photography, video and multi-media installation.
Hughes' photography has been exhibited internationally, including a recent installation exhibition at Zuecca Projects in Venice, Italy. Group shows include FRESH 2108 with Klompching Gallery, the Center for Fine Arts Photography at Ft. Collins, San Diego Arts Institute, Sawtooth ARI Tasmania, Microwave International New Media Festival Hong Kong, and Simultan Festival Romania. Her photographs have been featured in many publications and blogs including Humble Arts Foundation, Don’t Take Pictures, PDN, Lenscratch, Phroom Magazine, PhotoPhore, FeatureShoot, German Foto Magazine, and Crusade For Art. She is also the recipient of the 2018 Rhonda Wilson Award with Klompching Gallery. Public Art includes San Diego International Airport and the Boston Convention Center. She currently is preparing for a large-scale photographic mural project at the San Diego International Airport.