Deleigh Hermes is a visual storyteller and travel photographer. 
EMAIL: [email protected] 

2006 Documentation, Stratosphere Lounge, San Marcos, TX 

2014 Raw Exhibition, The Belmont, TX
2012 Deep East Side Studio Tour, Springboard, TX
2012 Art Over Congress, Austin, TX 
2011 MEDS, Soda Tooth Contemporary, San Marcos,TX
2011 Expose the Arts, juried by Jeff Dell, Tantra, San Marcos TX
2009 Still and Still Moving, exit exhibition, Texas State University, San Marcos, TX
2009 Artpace juried show at Texas State University, San Marcos, TX
2009 Sabinalla II,Texas State University, San Marcos, TX
2008 Sabinalla I,Texas State University, San Marcos, TX
2006 Dormouse Fantabulous, Tantra, San Marcos, TX 

2015 Texas State University Thesis Class
2016 Texas State University Thesis Class
2016 Restorative Justice Coalition 
2017 University of Texas, School of Social Work, Restorative Justice Master's class

Women and Their Work
Big Medium

2017- Assistant for Chad Copeland
2016- National Geographic Visual Storytelling with John Stanmeyer 
2016- Assistant to Burton Pritzker for his photo workshop, The Ox, in Kyle, TX
2016- Hosted a Social Media Marketing workshop Austin, TX
2015- National Geographic's The Travel Assignment with Jim Richardson
2013- Assistant to Okello Dunkly during his intro to photography workshop in Austin, TX

2011 First place in the Del Mar Sunglasses Watery Photograph Contest, through Texas Monthly, trip to Belize in          2012                                        
2011 8th and 10th place at the North American Body Painting and Photography Contest, Dallas,TX 
2010 Special mentions of the jury in The Worldwide Photography Gala Awards Dominate Color Contest
2006 Day in the Life at Texas State University Contest, San Marcos, TX 


2016 Nols Wilderness First Aid Certified 

2009 Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital and Photographic Imaging, Texas State University

Borderland Collective,“Borderland Collective is a social art project that facilitates the participatory exploration and documentation of geographic and socio cultural borders. Fueled by collaborations between artists, teachers, youth, and families we use art as a means to trouble notions of who holds knowledge and what stories are told, providing an inclusive representation of the contemporary American experience.” 

University Honors College 2009: Undergraduate Research Conference and Thesis Forum, First Place: “Wurzbach Manor” Deleigh Hermes, Ben Lamb, Christina Zambrano


2017 Backpacker Magazine 

2017 Expreso Newspaper
2017 La Familia Magazine Photos+Words

2017 Yahoo!

2016 Format Magazine
2016 Pro Photo Daily Spotlight
2016 Try Hard Club Blog, Photos+Words
2016 MatadorU Network, Words
2016 Willits Weekly Newspaper
2015 High TImes Magazine 
2013 Cultured Out Magazine, Cover

2012 Origin Magazine 
2012 Adweek Magazine
2012 Skydive Magazine Australia, Photos+Words

Using Format