Meet the artist and listen to her journey as a fine art photographer and the director of the Griffin Museum of Photography, USA.
Julie Williams-Krishnan is a fine art photographer and the Director of Programs at the Griffin Museum of Photography, near Boston, Massachusetts. She has taught photography at the university level and has worked as a freelance photographer and photographer’s assistant. She is a submission reviewer for LensCulture and a member of the committee for Flash Point Boston photography festival. For four years, she served on the committee for the Renaissance Photography Prize, an international photography competition that raises money to support younger women with breast cancer.
Julie’s photographic practice investigates identity and personal narrative, and much of her work focuses on her experiences here in Chennai. She has exhibited her photographs at the Griffin Museum of Photography, the Khaki Gallery, and Zullo Gallery in the Boston region, the Colson Gallery in Easthampton, Massachusetts, and The Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado, as well as other venues in Boston, London, and Oxford. She has also been included in online exhibitions with “Don’t Take Pictures” and “Lenscratch.” She earned her MA in Photographic Studies from the University of Westminster in 2006 in London, UK. Based in Boston Massachusetts since 2010, Julie lived in London, UK for more than 16 years and has traveled extensively.
Come join her as she shares her journey as a fine art photographer, and the director of the Griffins Museum of Photography. Julie will also share some light on how you can prepare for a portfolio review. Looking forward to seeing you at The Grid for an interesting evening!
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