Photographer, Visual Artist, Coder
Harini Krishnamurthy is a photographer living and working in Seattle. Her most recent series - Honoring History - is a tribute to historic artistic traditions that have influenced her development as an artist and are representative of her cultural heritage. Other recent work includes the series Compositions that explores the notion of identity through cameraless images. A software engineer by training, most of Harini's creative work happens in a traditional darkroom.
Harini’s work has been exhibited in group shows at the Photographic Center Northwest and the Studio F gallery in Seattle. Her work has been published in magazines and accepted for the City Panorama Project, a public art project to display images in bus shelters around King County in Washington State.
Harini worked as an event photographer between 2011 and 2014, and regularly volunteers her photography services to community non-profit events. She also volunteers as a teaching assistant for beginner and intermediate Black and White photography classes at the Photographic Center Northwest.
Harini graduated with a Certificate in Fine Art Photography from the Photographic Center Northwest in 2017.