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Photographers capture reality in ways that reflect their individuality, both personal and artistic, as they explore the world through the eye of the camera. The following is a sample of the work of seven Reed alumni photographers (out of many) in various stages of their careers who have achieved success in photography in their own ways.

Paul D’Amato ’80
Paul D’Amato has been exhibiting his work since 1985 in venues that include the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago; and most recently the Yossi Milo Gallery, New York. His photographs are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, as well as many other museums. A Guggenheim Fellow and longtime faculty member of the Maine College of Art, he is currently on the faculty of Columbia College in Chicago. He has been taking pictures for over 10 years of the Mexican community in Chicago and has a book forthcoming of these photos; other series include photos of the Mexican American border, men’s social clubs, and the rave scene.
Steve Kahn ’66

Steve Kahn has forged a successful career as both a fine art and assignment photographer. His photographs, which have been exhibited worldwide since 1973, are in the collections of museums including those in San Francisco, Houston, and Los Angeles, as well as two in France and several others in the U.S. His interests have led him to produce photo essays on subjects as rich and diverse as Spanish Gypsy flamenco musicians and dancers, people and places in India, chemical plants, and death row inmates in San Quentin. His photographs of his neighborhood were published by Rizzoli in 1999 in SoHo New York.

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