Tabitha Barnard is a visual artist who grew up in a large family in rural Maine. She works primarily in analog color photography, exploring themes of femininity, religion, and ritual. She received her Bachelor of Fine Art from Maine College of Art & Design in the Spring of 2016 and her Masters in Fine Art Photography from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in the Spring of 2021. In the Summer of 2018, she was a finalist in the Lens Culture Art Photography awards and had her first solo show at Speedwell Projects. She was awarded the Gomma Grant from Gomma Books and the Emerging Artist Award from Burn Magazine. She has had work in exhibitions at Aperture Gallery, The Bakery Photo Collective, Panopticon Gallery, and Red Hook Labs. Tabitha currently lives and works in Portland, Maine, teaching at the Maine College of Art & Design.