Hall Jameson is a writer and artist who lives in Montana with her husband and an assortment of other furry and feathered critters. Her work has appeared in over seventy print and online publications. When she’s not writing stories or taking photographs, Hall spends her time kayaking, hiking, and cat wrangling.
Hall Jameson is a writer and artist from Portland, Maine. She ventured west in 1999 and presently calls Montana home.
Her work has appeared in over seventy print and online publications. Her photographs have been exhibited at galleries and museums locally and nationally, including The Woman Made Gallery in Chicago, The Newspace Center for Photography in Portland, Oregon, and Marin Museum of Contemporary Art in California. She is currently working on her fourth novel. Perhaps someday she will finish editing the first three and send them out into the world. Stay tuned.
Besides writing stories and taking photographs, Hall’s other passions include kayaking, playing the piano, and cat wrangling. Her favorite places in the world are Comet, Montana (for the ghosts), East Machias, Maine (for the steamers), and Florence, Italy (for the art). She enjoys digging into the past via old photographs, ghost towns, and cemeteries, and these, in turn, influence her writing and art.
She is a direct descendant of Mary Towne Eastey, one of the women accused of witchcraft and hung during the Salem Witch Trials in 1692, which really has nothing to do with her writing or art, but she thinks is interesting.