Kamilla Earlywine is a rural Utah artist working with digital and photographic mediums. She is interested in personal narrative and identity. Her work explores the correlations between family relationships, memories, places and objects and she aims to preserve the stories associated with them. Her selected exhibitions include The Curated Fridge, Annex, Altspace, Lumlux Gallery, Snow Art Gallery, Eccles Art Gallery, and South of Center Fest. She has self-published several books including, That Once Was There and Maternal Identity and is currently working on a series that explores portraiture through intimate objects. In 2016 Earlywine received the Photographers Award for The Gap at Snow College’s Artists in Residence, Works in Progress group exhibition. The following year she received the Best In Show award for Maternal Identity I. Her work has been published in Exponent II and Weeds Literary Journal. Kamilla Earlywine received an AFA from Snow College where she was the curator of Lumlux Gallery and worked as the photography area Teaching Assistant. She is the Programs Coordinator for Granary Arts and lives with her husband and three children in Payson, UT where she is a freelance photographer for galleries, artists, and individuals.