Meredith Howard grew up in Atlanta and although she spent most of her days studying text books, every night she would scan Harper’s Bazaar and Seventeen magazines for inspiration for her next day’s outfit. Informed by this sustained love for fashion, Howard’s photographs transform everyday people into models in unknowing editorials with a sense of warmth and appreciation.

“I love street photography and its ability to connect people from communities that would not normally intersect.  A good photograph can build rapport between different types of people.  My favorite street photographs combine emotion, dress, movement, and environment in an artful way. ”


Individual works in the MOCA GA Permanent Collection: