Roxanne Huber (b. 1984, The Netherlands) is a self-taught fine art photographer and mother of three based in Northern Colorado, United States.
Growing up with a father who is a cinematographer I learned at an early age it is possible to convey thought and emotion through art. It has always intrigued me how he is able to make the abstract into something concrete which can then be experienced by others.
When I was fifteen he put a Minolta in my hand, showed me how to use it and hired me to be the still photographer for his documentary. When I picked up the prints from the photo lab I realized making photographs was what I needed to do.
I met my husband in 2009 and we had to spend seven months living in separate countries. Photography became our way of connecting and communicating with each other. To this day carrying our love through art remains an essential part of our life together.
As a new mother I felt overwhelmed with emotions I didn’t yet understand. Unable to find words for them, I began photographing what I was feeling. Over the years this has allowed me more time to think about my emotional journey through motherhood and given me the means to translate it into something tangible I can share.
2023: Lucie Foundation, The Portrait Project, Take two. Finalist.
2023: Center for Photographic Art 2023 Members’ Juried Exhibition Online Gallery. Juried by Hamidah Glasgow
2023: The Photoplace Gallery (Middlebury, Vermont) group show “Parenthood” juried by Rebecca Senf
2022: DER GREIF Guest Room online exhibition “The Oneness of Humanity” Curated by Darius Himes and Ali Rajabi.
2023: Eye Mama Project book by Karni Arieli, published by TeNeues
2022: Honorable mention to attend the La Luz workshop The Photobook: an Overview of Traditional Publishing, Limited Editions & The Artist’s Book with Mary Virginia Swanson & Susan Kae Grant