Cart Search

2019 Annual Conference

Cleveland

March 07-10, 2019

submit Remember my login

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

Looking for a chapter event?

Past SPE Annual Conferences

Ronni Knepp

Ronni
Knepp

SPE Member since 2017
Member Chapter: South Central

Ronni Knepp

SPE member since 2017
Looking Up 1
Photography

Ronni Knepp

SPE member since 2017
Objectified Form Presentation
Photography

Ronni Knepp

SPE member since 2017
Looking Up 2
Photography

Ronni Knepp

SPE member since 2017
Looking Up 3
Photography

Ronni Knepp

SPE member since 2017
Looking Up 4
Photography

Ronni Knepp

SPE member since 2017
Looking Up 5
Photography

Ronni Knepp

SPE member since 2017
Looking Up 6
Photography

Ronni Knepp

SPE member since 2017
Looking Up 7
Photography

Ronni Knepp

SPE member since 2017
Looking Up 8
Photography

Ronni Knepp

SPE member since 2017
Looking Up 9
Photography

about

As a child Ronni dabbled in photography using her mother's 35mm film camera. While still active duty in the military, she started a degree in Photography through the Academy of Art University. Much of Ronni's photographic fine art work centers on bringing awareness to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and/or women's rights. She is currently working on her Masters of Fine Arts in Fine Art Photography, anticipating finishing it in 2019, Ronni's ultimate goal is to teach photography while also working within her field.

Although her working career in photography is still new, focusing on her personal studio since 2010, she completed a 4-month internship in 2016 at Treasured Memories Photography. Ronni published fine art portraits with the first two issues of Atomic Bombshells Magazine in 2012 and in 2016 she had 3 images from her Scanography project exhibited at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art.

Email Sign Up

SPE email updates contain resources, news, and more!

About this piece

Comments about this piece

Dialogue and critique are important to the SPE mission.
Please join the conversation.

Exit Full Screen Mode