Charlotte Woolf (1990) f is a queer, interdisciplinary photographer from Charlotte, North Carolina based in New York City. She is a current MFA candidate at SUNY-Purchase College of Art+Design and received her BA in Studio Art and Women’s & Gender Studies from Kenyon College. She has worked on farms in Maine, North Carolina, and Ohio – experiences which inspired her to attend ACRE (Artists’ Cooperative Residency and Exhibitions) in rural Wisconsin in 2013. Charlotte has worked as a photographer around the country, including one winter in Park City, Utah to find a deeper connection to the earth through landscape. Charlotte teaches photography and practices yoga. Charlotte aspires to continue her work internationally, not only through her camera lens but also through radical politics community based projects.