Charlotte Woolf joined the Kenyon Studio Art Department in 2021. Raised in North Carolina, Woolf makes work about infrastructure of family, home and body from a queer, southern perspective using photography, archives and the internet. She has worked as a photographer around the U.S., including New York City, Chicago, Park City and Charlotte. She attended residencies at ACRE, SOMA Summer and the Wassaic Project; exhibited at the International Center of Photography, AIR Gallery, and Equity Projects; is part of For Freedoms’ 50 State Initiative; and received an honorable mention for the Lenscratch Student Prize.
Woolf runs her own photography business and teaches photography to students of all ages. Prior to Kenyon, Woolf lectured at SUNY-Purchase College and managed the Mouse Design League at the Brooklyn College Community Partnership.
Areas of Expertise
Visual art, photography, gender studies
2018 — Master of Fine Arts from Purchase College, SUNY
2012 — Bachelor of Arts from Kenyon College