Real or Imagined, Attleboro Arts Museum. Juried by Clare Bell, Senior Director of Exhibitions at the Guggenheim Museum. 

13th Anniversary Group Exhibit, Fraction Magazine, Issue 145. Curated by Bree Lamb and Leo Hsu, Managing Editors. Online exhibit.


Visions of Self, Yosemite Sierra Artists. Oakhurst, CA. Juried by Michele Ellis Pracy, ED and Chief Curator of the Fresno Art Museum, and Diane Breuer, artist. Online exhibit.

MIXMASTER, Mattatuck Museum. Waterbury, CT. Juried by Leslie Garrett, Director at Nohra Haime Gallery in NYC.

The 2020 Favorite Photograph Exhibition, LENSCRATCH photography blog. Online exhibit.


Solo exhibition, Zoomorphics, Griffin Museum of Photography. Winchester, MA. Curated by Paula Tognarelli, executive director and curator of the Griffin.


Members Prize Show, Cambridge Art Association. Cambridge, MA. Juried by Jessica Roscio, assistant director and curator of the Danforth Art Museum.


Facing You: A Portraits Show, Belmont Gallery of Art (BGA). Online exhibit. Juried by Rebecca Richards and Adine Storer, BGA co-directors.

Photography Atelier 32, Griffin Museum. Winchester, MA. 

Energy, ArtSpace Maynard. Maynard, MA. Juried by Jessica Roscio.


Contemporary Portrait Photography, LH Horton Jr. Gallery. Stockton, CA. Juried by Aline Smithson, artist and founder of LENSCRATCH.

APG > ATL: Airport 2019, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, organized by the Atlanta Photography Group. Atlanta, GA. Juried by Amy Miller, executive director of Atlanta Celebrates Photography.

You: Artists Depict Themselves, Hopkinton Center for the Arts. Hopkinton, MA. Juried by Arthur Dion, director emeritus of Gallery NAGA.


Very Superstitious, Arlington Center for the Arts. Arlington, MA. Juried by Caitee Hoglund, gallery director of 13Forest.

AVATARS // ghosts, Nave Gallery. Somerville, MA. Juried by Christina Balch, Giuliana Funkhouser, and Krista Wright.

Eye Spy, Studio Place Arts. Barre, VT.  ​

Perceptions of Self(ie), Mosesian Center for the Arts. Watertown, MA. 

Unapologetic {Sorry}, Amazing Things Arts Center. Framingham, MA. 


Spring Awakening, Belmont Gallery of Art. Belmont, MA. ​



Photography Atelier 28, Griffin Museum of Photography. Winchester, MA. 



Gathering Places, Umbrella Community Arts Center. Concord, MA. 


We the People, Arlington Center for the Arts. Arlington, MA. 




"'We’re All Animals': Shelby Meyerhoff’s liminal, liberating body painting," profile in Harvard Magazine, by Lydialyle Gibson. Cambridge, MA. January-February 2021. Online and in print.


"Optics Episode 4 - Shelby Meyerhoff," televised artist’s talk produced by Winchester Community Access and Media in partnership with the Griffin Museum, Winchester, MA. November 2020. Online and broadcast.

"Atelier 32: Shelby Meyerhoff," interview. Griffin Museum of Photography blog, Winchester, MA. September 25, 2020. Online.


"‘Eye Spy’ at SPA: Viewing from both sides of the art," exhibit review in The Times Argus, by Mary Gow. Barre, VT. July 20, 2019. Online and in print.

"Framingham art show spotlights how women apologize more than men," exhibit review in The MetroWest Daily News, by Jane Razzaq. Framingham, MA. March 28, 2019. Online and in print.

"Zoomorphics," artist statement and four images featured in UU World, the national magazine of the Unitarian Universalist Association, Boston, MA. Spring 2019 issue. Online and in print.

"Portrait of the Artist: Perceptions of Shelby Meyerhoff," interview on Mosesian Center for the Arts blog, by Aneleise Ruggles. Watertown, MA. March 11, 2019. Online.



"Interdependent Web," photograph and comment included in roundup of online content on UU World blog, by Heather Christensen. August 6, 2018. Online.





Atelier 32 course with Meg Birnbaum, Griffin Museum of Photography. Winchester, MA.




Digital printing and Photoshop courses with Sue Ann Hodges, and portrait photography with Ben Wight of Hitched Studios, New England School of Photography. Waltham, MA.  




Atelier 28 course with Meg Birnbaum, Griffin Museum of Photography. Winchester, MA.


M. Div. Harvard Divinity School. Cambridge, MA.


B.A. The Comparative Study of Religion, magna cum laude, Harvard College. Cambridge, MA.



Artist's talk at the Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA.


Artist's talk at the Jenks Center, Winchester, MA.


Artist’s talk at the Griffin Museum.


Taught children’s classes on nature and art at the Summer Arts Under the Umbrella program, at the Umbrella Community Arts Center. Concord, MA.


Member of the Cambridge Art Association and the Griffin Museum, both since 2017.