Ne-Dah-Ness Rose Greene

Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe

Born, 1980 Cass Lake, Minnesota

Ne-Dah-Ness Rose Greene is an emerging BIPOC photography artist from Leech Lake, Minnesota. A self-taught photographer, she is supported by numerous Indigenous entities and community members. She has been taking photographs for four years and continually challenges herself to reach further in refining her skills and diversifying her approach to this multi-faceted art media. Her work has been selected for various exhibits across the state and can be found in numerous magazines and newspapers internationally, including People Magazine, New York Times, Star Tribune, Indian Country Today, Cowboys and Indians, and The Washington Post. Greene is a social activist through art. Her talent is well known in the Indigenous world and she is regularly sought out to photograph important events and specialized photo shoots. The camera, various lenses and the right settings are all essential to producing her art. There is a sense of intimacy in her imagery that prompts a visceral reaction from her viewers, evoking emotion and understanding through the moments and movement she captures.

My son, Re’Sean Carter Greene (Resist), joins forces in the fight against LINE 3. Sugar Point, MN, 2020.