Savannah native, Emily Earl documents the spaces and faces that make up her quirky, sultry
city. Capturing moments of darting eye contact and unabashed body language, she tells
stories on film. Earl received a BFA in Photography in 2007 from the Savannah College of Art
and Design. She co-founded Sulfur Studios in 2014 and is the Director of Public Relations &
Special Events. She is also the owner/operator of Prismatic Prints, a fine art print shop,
where she assists clients from creative concept to finished artwork.
In 2017 she won the Portfolio 2017 High Museum Purchase Award at the APG Gallery in
Atlanta, and has work in many private collections as well. She has recently been featured by
the New Yorker Magazine and Polaroid. Work from her Late Night Polaroids series was
displayed at the High Museum in In Between: Adolescence Through the Camera alongside
five other photographers including Bruce Davidson and Mary Ellen Mark.
Her solo exhibition, Late Night Polaroids, Photographs by Emily Earl at Telfair Museums’ Jepson
Center in Savannah, GA is on display from August 14th, 2020 - April 4th, 2021, as part of the
Jepson Center’s #art912 program. Her first monograph, Late Night Polaroids was published in
the Summer of 2020 by Aint-Bad, an independent publisher of Contemporary Art.