Chase R. England
Artist/ Photographer/ Graphic Designer
(2012) Teen Summer Art Program, Cow House Studios, Wexford, Ireland
(2013-18) Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography with a minor in Arts Management, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
(2016) “6th annual Zine & Self-Published Photo Book Fair”, Baxter St. Camera Club, New York, NY
(2016) “Exit 12”, Hayden Gallery, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
(2017) "3rd Annual House Art Show @ The Mission" 2490 Mission Ave. Eugene, OR
(2017) "Disappearance" LaVerne Krauss Gallery, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
(2017) "Spring Storm" Foyer Gallery, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
(2018) "SELF" LaVerne Krauss Gallery, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
(2018) "Fixed Tracts" LaVerne Krauss Gallery, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
(2018) "Examining Forensics" Aperture Gallery, Erb Memorial Union, Eugene, OR
(2017) "Disappearance" LaVern Krauss Gallery, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (in conjunction with Allison Schukis, and Kerilynn Wilson)
(2018) "SELF" LaVerne Krauss Gallery, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (in conjunction with Allison Schukis)
(2018) "Fixed Tracts" LaVerne Krauss Gallery, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (in conjunction with Sam Snowden)
(2016) “Alive With Pleasure!” self-published photobook, 8” x 10”, 32 pages, 25 color images
(2016) “Roads” zine, 4” x 8”, 44 pages, 43 color images, 4 B/W images
(2017) “We All Die” letterpress-printed artist’s book, 8.5” x 10.5”, edition of 7, 42 pages
(2017) “Throwing Away Dirt” Self-published photobook, 9”x12”, 72 pages
(2018) "Reexamining Forensics" Inkjet printed Zine, 5" x 2", 20 pages
(2018) "Scexy" Self-published photobook, 9" x 12", 24 pages
(2018) "The Other Way Around" Self-published photobook, 9" x 12", 50 pages
(2016, March) American Suburb X review by Brad Feuerhelm (Alive With Pleasure!)
(2016, June): Vice, Baxter St. at CCNY Book Fair (Alive With Pleasure!)
(2015) Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Summer Intern, Sun Valley, ID
I was awarded this position from a pool of applicants. This experience gave me valuable insights into how arts nonprofits function. My responsibilities included gallery supervision, event planning, and installation of work.
(2015-16) Pegan Brooke, Studio Assistant, Ketchum, ID
During the summers of 2016-17 I assisted Pegan Brooke at her part-time studio in Ketchum, Idaho. My responsibilities included prepping canvases with gesso, moving/organizing studio materials and handling finished paintings.
(2016) Kirsten Shultz, Photography Assistant/ Model, Hailey, ID
During the summer of 2016, I was invited by Kirsten Shultz, an award winning wedding, lifestyle and editorial photographer, to assist her on a wedding shoot for Rocky Mtn. Bride Magazine. In addition to modeling for the shoot, I also provided technical support by redirecting light and staging photographs.
(2016) Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Wine Auction Assistant, Sun Valley, ID
During my second year working for SVCA I was offered the Wine auction assistant position. This gave me an intimate understanding of the local art community and how nonprofits generate funds to support the arts. Responsibilities included event planning, event marketing, content creation, community outreach, and administrative work.
(2016-18) Sustain Interiors + Design, freelance photographer and social media contributor, Hood River, OR
I work as a freelance photographer and social media contributor for Sustain Interiors + Design. My responsibilities include scheduling appointments, photographing interiors, editing photographs and managing Sustain’s Instagram account.
(2016-18) Centerlyne, Freelance Graphic Designer/ photographer, Bellevue, ID
I worked as in-house, graphic designer for Centerlyne during the summer of 2016. I continue to work for them on occasion as a freelance graphic designer and photographer. Responsibilities include making and editing photographs as well as creating content for both print and web advertisements for a variety of clients.
(2016-18) University of Oregon, Photo Lab Monitor, Eugene, OR
While studying photography at the University of Oregon, I began working part-time as a monitor for the photography lab. Responsibilities included printer operation and maintenance, darkroom preparation and cleanup, and general support for photography students.