Vicki Provost earned an MA in studio art from Western Carolina

University, with a concentration in photography.  Her work has its

foundations in the documentary genre, but ventures beyond the

objective with spiritual connotations.

Provost taught fine art photography at Western Carolina University as

adjunct faculty while receiving awards in juried exhibitions. She has

exhibited at the Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado, the

Southeast Center for Photography in South Carolina, and other museums

and galleries in the United States, Canada, Australia and Europe. 

Further work includes time as an artist in residence in South

Carolina, North Carolina and Alaska, while photographing landscapes.

Her images have appeared in publications such as  L'oeil de la

Photographie and Smithsonian Magazine, while additional works of hers

have been presented in the Julia Margaret Cameron Awards exhibition

and the Pollux Awards exhibition in Barcelona, Spain.

Vicki Provost resides and maintains a studio in Western North Carolina.