Self Portrait, 2014, 24 hours between each frame.

Sara R. Hill is an photographer, artist, and educator based in Alcoa, Tennessee. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications and Photography from Middle Tennessee State University in 2013 and her Master of Fine Arts Degree in Photographic and Electronic Media from Maryland Institute College of Art. Hill has exhibited throughout the South Eastern and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States. In 2014, Hill was selected as one of the finalists for LG’s Art of the Pixel Competition and her work was exhibited in Times Square as well as Gotham Hall in New York City. Hill works primarily in large format black-and-white photography but often works interdisciplinary and collaboratively in video, music, and sound. She was born and raised in small town Selmer, TN which serves as the basis of her current projects focusing on location-based memory recall, superstition and tradition, religion, familial relationships, and personal connection to the landscape.