Studio portrait at the Wassaic Project, June 2019.  Image Courtesy of Jeffrey Barnett-winsby.

Studio portrait at the Wassaic Project, June 2019.

Image Courtesy of Jeffrey Barnett-winsby.

Charlotte Woolf (b. Greenwich 1990) is an interdisciplinary artist and educator with a focus on photography raised in Charlotte, North Carolina. She received her BA in Studio Art and Women’s & Gender Studies from Kenyon College and her MFA at SUNY-Purchase College. Woolf has worked as a photographer around the United States, including New York City, Chicago, Park City and Charlotte. She has been an artist in residence at ACRE (Chicago, IL/Steuben, WI), SOMA Summer (Mexico, DF) and The Wassaic Project (Wassaic, NY). Woolf has shown work at the International Center of Photography, ACRE Projects, AIR Gallery, Equity Projects and has been included in curatorial projects such as the Every Woman Biennial, For Freedoms, Queer As I and Slow Exposures. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, Village Voice, Oxford American and F-Stop Magazine. She received an Honorable Mention for the Lenscratch Student Prize. She has lectured at the Aperture Foundation, CUE Arts Foundation and the Neuberger Museum. Woolf is currently Adjunct Faculty at SUNY-Purchase College. She currently lives in Queens, NY and returns to North Carolina regularly to continue her projects.