Meadow Kaye, a Brooklyn, NY-based Photographer and ceramic artist, holds a Fine Arts degree from Bowling Green State University. Her creative journey is driven by her surroundings and generational experiences.
Using the large format camera, Meadow captures poignant moments, objectifying her observed environment and delicately portraying her family's complexities. Her Photography artistry is complemented by her immersion in ceramics, where she finds solace in the details of geological formations. Merging these with abstract paintings, she crafts thought-provoking forms that challenge norms.
At Bowling Green State University, Meadow learned from respected artists like Lynn Whitney, a masterful photographer, and John Balistreri, a renowned ceramic artist. Their guidance cultivated her artistic sensibilities and deep appreciation for craftsmanship.
Meadow's dedication earned her numerous accolades during her academic journey, including multiple first-place awards in the BGSU Undergraduate Art Exhibition. She also received the prestigious Tom and Jane Vanden Eynden Award in 2020 and 2021, as well as the Monnier Family Foundation Outstanding Artist Award in 2021 for her remarkable BFA thesis, "Family Portraits: A Study of Generational Trauma," and community involvement at BGSU.
When not engrossed in her role as a Getty Images photo editor, Meadow continues to pursue photography, capturing evocative images that deeply resonate with viewers.