Bailey Dale’s work focuses on the themes of family and her hometown. She was born in Amarillo, Texas in 1993 where her interest in photography began in early high school. This interest grew while working as an assistant for video artist Michael Rowley. After attending one year at Amarillo College in 2012, Bailey moved to Denton, Texas to complete her BFA in photography at the University of North Texas. In January of 2016, she accepted an internship with Dallas editorial photographer Justin Clemons that she completed upon graduation that May. During the summer of 2016, she worked as the studio coordinator for the summer season at Maine Media Workshops + College, where she assisted several renowned photographers, including Joyce Tenneson, Arlene Collins, and Richard Tuschman. After spending a year working as a studio manager for Justin Clemons in Dallas, she spent the summer of 2017 working as a course coordinator at Santa Fe Photographic Workshops. Now based in Los Angeles, CA, Bailey is currently continuing 7 Shades of Yellow and exploring other projects. Her work has been featured at The Center for Fine Art Photography, Black Box Gallery, Genome Magazine, Aint-Bad, and F-Stop Magazine.
Her works expands from commercial to fine art, and she specializes in shooting 4×5 film.
Photo by Roy Robertson