Naida Osline is a Los Angeles-based artist who combines and manipulates images sourced from both analog and digital processes, in which she blends conceptual and documentary photographic practices with an abiding interest in the transformative, mythical, and ethereal nature of existence. Osline works primarily in the Americas, delving into a number of themes that explore economic and cultural structures, identity, gender, aging, along with the mystical and the natural world in tension with the human-built environment.

Osline has had numerous solo exhibitions and has been included in many group shows throughout Southern California, as well as internationally. Her work has been reviewed in the Los Angeles Times, Artillery Magazine, Huffington Post, the Orange County Register, Artweek and Artscene.