Sarah Sudhoff Named New Executive Director For Houston Center For Photography

by Christina Rees December 19, 2014

Sarah SudhoffHouston Center for Photography‘s board announced today that Sarah Sudhoff, former Time Magazine and Texas Monthly photo editor and founder of Photohive, has been hired as its newest Executive Director. Via the HCP: “Sudhoff replaces Bevin Bering Dubrowski who transitioned to a Creative Director position in July and most recently Alexandra Irvine who assumed the role of Interim Executive Director during the search process.”

Sudhoff is a graduate of UT Austin and Parsons. She has taught extensively at Texas universities and helped “found the Austin Center for Photography,” and “is an award-winning photographer who has exhibited her work in galleries and museums across the world.”

Sudhoff will oversee HCP’s budget, and “oversee all programming aspects including exhibitions, education, publications, fellowships and community collaborations.”




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John Aasp December 20, 2014 - 18:35

Way to go Sarah! You’ll be fantastic at HCP.

Marc Brubaker December 22, 2014 - 08:57

This is fantastic news. Sarah is extremely talented, and one of the finest photographers I’ve met.


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