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2019 SPE Annual Conference: The Myths of Photography and the American Dream / Major support by The Joy Family Legacy Foundation

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Randi Ganulin

Randi
Ganulin

SPE Member since 2014
Member Chapter: Northwest

Randi Ganulin

SPE member since 2014
Fukushima Tsunami, March 11, 2011
C-print

Randi Ganulin

SPE member since 2014
Mexico City Quake, September 19, 2017
inkjet print

Randi Ganulin

SPE member since 2014
Constellation: An Origin Myth"
photography and drawing

Randi Ganulin

SPE member since 2014
Radial 1v2
inkjet print

Randi Ganulin

SPE member since 2014
Mexico City Quake, September 19, 2017
inkjet print

Randi Ganulin

SPE member since 2014
Mexico City Quake, September 19, 2017
inkjet print

Randi Ganulin

SPE member since 2014
"Haven"
photography and drawing

Randi Ganulin

SPE member since 2014
Radial 08
archival inkjet print

Randi Ganulin

SPE member since 2014
Napa Wildfires, CA, October 2017
inkjet print

Randi Ganulin

SPE member since 2014
"Palm"
photography and drawing

about

Randi Ganulin grew up in Los Angeles, studying illustration and printmaking at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and the Rhode Island School of Design before receiving her BFA in communication design from Otis College of Art and Design.

After graduating, she spent a decade in graphic design, interning at The Getty Museum, collaborating with students for the marketing department of California Institute of the Arts, and designing for UCLA Extension and Microsoft before being awarded the Javits Fellowship for her graduate studies. Ganulin received her MFA in photography from Otis in 1996.

Her current work fuses drawing and photography via digital means. Ongoing projects include "Dendrochronology," which will be featured at Soil Gallery in Seattle this June, and the "Inanna" series. She lives in the Seattle area and is an adjunct professor in the Department of Fine Art at DigiPen Institute of Technology in Redmond, WA.

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