Sharon Steven lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Since 2007, they’ve “hacked” several film formats and cameras, creating unique images conveyed against the material’s intended use. Upon graduating from the School of Visual Arts in 2013, they served as Print Assistant and Mentee to international artist, Aura Rosenberg. In 2018, they founded Brooklyn Instant Film Initiative, a analog workshop that produces customized camera film.

Group Exhibitions

2022    Tell Me More About Yourself (Self-Portraits and Other Autobiographical Endeavors), Gallery Aferro, Newark, New Jersey
2019    Time Zero and Beyond: Instant Photography, Rhode Island Center For Photographic Arts, Providence, Rhode Island
2018    The Freak Show, Local Projects, Long Island City, New York
            Small Works 2018 Applicant Exhibition, Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
            Feel, b[x] gallery, Brooklyn, New York
            Perspectives, Image Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
            First Grand Salon Show, Greenpoint Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2017    Rover 2017, Starr Space Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2013    Global Projects : Artist At Home and Abroad, Broadway Gallery, New York, New York
            Unicef Next Generation Photo Benefit, Milk Studios, New York, New York
            Sampler, School of Visual Arts, West Side Gallery, New York, New York
            Accepted Students Day, School of Visual Arts, West Side Gallery, New York, New York


2014    20/20 Catalog, Curated by Suzanne Anker, Essay by Rupert Goldsworthy