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Photographer Bios

Doug Prior
Nathan Lucas
Ann Kendellen
Ann Kendellen spent her early formative years in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. After stints in Colorado and Southern California, she landed in Portland, Oregon, in 1986. Her combined past studies in sociology, literature and fine arts continue to affect how and what she photographs in the Portland community today.
Tom Kearcher
Ann Hughes
Bruce Hall
M. Bruce Hall moved to Portland in 1992. He has been a photographer since the mid to late 70’s when he discovered it’s potential while studying art at the University of Houston in Texas. Since then he has obsessively used it to document the life and culture around him and as a way to stay sane in a world that increasingly seems bent on self destruction. His current major project is photographing the people and culture of Mexico which he views as a sort of antidote to life in the US. He lives with his cat Pekoe and enjoys surfing whenever he can. He joined the Grid Project in 2005.
Carole Glauber
Carole Glauber has a BS.Ed in History and a M.Ed. Her interests in history and biography continue to shape her photographic work as well as her research and writing about photographic history. She is the recipient of a Winterthur Museum Research Fellowship and the Peter E. Palmquist History Research Fellowship. She has also received grants from the Regional Arts and Culture Council, Northwest Women’s History Project, and the National Coalition of Independent Scholars. Her photographs have been featured in exhibits around the United States and locally at Blue Sky Gallery, the Art Gym at Marylhurst University, the Newport Visual Arts Center, Lightbox Gallery, and the Oregon Biennial at the Portland Art Museum.
Barbara Gilson
Barbara Gilson has a BA in Film Studies and an MFA in Photography from Arizona State University. She lives in the NW with her husband, a photographer and two young children. She has been on the Blue Sky Gallery Exhibition committee since 1991.
Katie Englert
Deborah Dombrowski


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