A Louisiana native, writer and photographer, Tamrin Ingram's work incorporates large format photographs, text, and familial records that explore themes of generational memory and familial trauma. Primarily photographing in the traditional mode of landscape photography, Tamrin's work also addresses the environmental impact of pollution throughout the Cotton Belt. Ingram's work has been shown across the United States in Arizona, Ohio, Georgia, and Illinois. She received her BFA from Columbus College of Art & Design in Columbus, Ohio and her MFA from the Photography, Video and Imaging program at the University of Arizona. Currently Ingram resides in rural Louisiana.