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2018 SPE Annual Conference: Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood / Hosted by The University of the Arts

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Julia Bradshaw

Julia
Bradshaw

SPE Member since 2005
Member Chapter: Northwest

Julia Bradshaw

SPE member since 2005
Cut Piece: Mapplethorpe
Black and White Digital Photograph

Julia Bradshaw

SPE member since 2005
Read, Yellow, Green

Julia Bradshaw

SPE member since 2005
Yellow Circles
Silver Gelatin Photographs - dyed

Julia Bradshaw

SPE member since 2005
Circle
Photograph

Julia Bradshaw

SPE member since 2005
Torn Piece: Arbus
Black and White Digital Photograph

Julia Bradshaw

SPE member since 2005
Read, Yellow, Green

Julia Bradshaw

SPE member since 2005
Yellow Circle
Silver Gelatin Photograph - dyed

Julia Bradshaw

SPE member since 2005
White Circle
Silver Gelatin Photographs

Julia Bradshaw

SPE member since 2005
Cut Piece: Epstein
Black and White Digital Photograph

Julia Bradshaw

SPE member since 2005
Read, Yellow, Green

about

Born in Manchester, England I spent nine years living and working in Germany before moving to the United States. In Munich I studied photography with Michael Jochum as part of Projekt Fotografie and attended workshops at Salzburg College andFotoinitiative FLUSS in Wolkersdorf, Austria. I hold a BA in Communication from Santa Clara University and an MFA in photography and video art from San José State University. I am an assistant professor at Oregon State University teaching photography and digital media arts.

Research Interests In my creative projects, I use photography and video to problem-solve and comment on issues of the everyday; such as language, social-issues or being an artist. My work is investigative and conceptual – I enjoy probing an issue or an idea and finding a creative resolution for the idea. I choose the appropriate medium for each project; thus projects may take a variety of forms.

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