J. K. Lavin is a fine art photographer whose process incorporates randomness and chance. She is primarily interested in nocturnal photography, using vintage analog cameras and color print film, with which she explores themes of time, memory and loss. After studying photography at the University of Minnesota, Center of the Eye and The Visual Studies Workshop, she received a Master of Arts degree in photography from California State University, Fullerton. Recently her work has been shown at Fotofever, Paris (2015), Month of Photography Los Angeles (2016) and two recent solo exhibitions at Spot Photo Works, Los Angeles (2015) and currently at Orange Coast College Photography Gallery, Costa Mesa.
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