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Terry Boddie’s work as a photographer and multi-disciplinary artist explores the historical and contemporary

aspects of memory, migration and globalization. Boddie received his BFA from NYU Tisch School of the Arts and an MFA from Hunter College. Recently his work has been exhibited in “KREYOL Factory” at the Parc La Villette in Paris, France and in the show “Infinite Island: Contemporary Caribbean Art” at the Brooklyn Museum.  His work has also been exhibited at the Smithsonian, The Studio Museum in Harlem, the Bronx Museum of the Arts, and the Philadelphia Museum among other venues. His awards and honors include a Studio Museum of Harlem

Artist in Residence, the Center for Photography at Woodstock Fellowship, the New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, The Center for Book Arts Artist in Residence, and Marie Sharpe Walsh Artist in Residence. Terry Boddie received a 2009 NJ print fellowship from the Brodsky Center, a 2009 Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and a 2011/2012 photography grant for the Coal Man project from the George and Helen Segal Foundation. He lives and works in West Orange, NJ.