About Kendra Ward
Kendra Ward is a photographer and educator. She earned her BFA in Photography from Syracuse University and her MFA from UIUC’s Studio Art Department. Kendra’s work has been exhibited internationally and was most recently included in PHmuseum’s annual photography festival in Bologna, Italy, and The Holland Project’s exhibition of Cinematic Photographs.
Kendra’s photography practice utilizes everyday and fantastical imagery to explore themes of domesticity, identity, and the fragility of perception. Her current body of work examines the ways in which we grapple with the unknown and unseen through the lens of narrative depictions of haunted houses.
She has previously worked as a freelance photo editor, editing images for publications such as The New Yorker, Vogue, and The Washington Post, and as a Printmaker at Light Work, a nonprofit photography organization in Syracuse, NY.