Dori Boyd


Dori Boyd is best known for her collection of local landmarks, historic Civil Rights activism, travel and street photography. Dori’s strength lies in her composition, and she considers her style of photography to have a “modern yet timeless quality.” Her images range from classic black and white and soft tints to glowing warm tones and vibrant color. She uses Sony and Leica mirrorless equipment and digitally processes her images to reveal their best qualities. Dori prints her work on fine-art archival papers, and canvas wrap prints are also available.

Her photography has been exhibited in galleries across the area, including the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and the Montgomery Art Guild’s 55th Annual Juried Regions Band Art exhibit in Montgomery. She was featured in a show at the historic Arlington Home in honor of Women’s History Month. She was a recent award winner at the Arts Revive Roots & Wings Exhibit in Selma; her work is on display through this spring and summer at Gallery 905, 3 Church Street in downtown Selma.

Most recently, Dori was a participant in the 39th Magic City Art Connection in the Spring of 2022 at Sloss Furnaces Historic Landmark. During May 2022, she completed a street photography workshop in Paris with renowned photojournalist, Peter Turnley.