Fred Hodder is a New York-based photographer who specializes in landscape and urban architecture. He often uses composite photography to combine multiple images into a single work.  He also collaborates with other visual artists to incorporate abstract images into selected works.

Fred exhibits regularly in the New York area and across the US. He is currently exhibiting at Michael Warren Contemporary in Denver, Colorado, and has shown work at Mana Contemporary, New Jersey, the Belgravia Gallery, London, the George Billis Gallery, New York, and other venues. The Colorado Council for the Arts presented his photographs in the Rotunda of the Colorado State Capitol and in the Denver International Airport. His large alpine panorama hung in the entryway of the Denver offices of Colorado Senator Mark Udall. He has participated in two shows at the Artists Gallery of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

Hodder is represented by Michael Warren Contemporary in Denver, Colorado, which has featured pieces in Colorado Photography Month and two of his light box composites in the show “Indusrialism II” at the Republic Plaza office tower in Denver.

Hodder is a graduate of Stanford University, has studied photography at the Kensington and Chelsea College in London and the International Center of Photography in New York, and is a member of the Nikon Professional network.