Graham MacIndoe is a photographer and adjunct professor of photography at Parsons. His work has been exhibited widely, including a solo exhibitions at the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati in 2018 and the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh in 2017. His exhibition there was chosen by The Guardian as one of the most important exhibits to see in the U.K. Graham has spoken at many events, including The Museum of Modern Art in NYC, Aperture Foundation, TEDx Stanford, Columbia University, and the University of Michigan, and he has been interviewed by a wide range of print, television, and radio outlets. His work has been published and written about in The New York Times, The British Journal of Photography, American Suburb, The Guardian Weekend Magazine, New York Magazine, The Financial Times Magazine, Harpers, Fast Company, Rolling Stone, Vice, Esquire and many other publications. He is the co-author of Chancers, a memoir published by Random House in 2015 and the recipient of a 2014 Alicia Patterson Foundation Fellowship.
Royal College of Art, London – M.A. with distinction in Photography, 1990
Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland – B.A. in Painting and Drawing, 1987
Alicia Patterson Foundation Fellowship 2014
Core Studio 2: Photo Practices (Spring 2019)
Core Studio: Thesis 1
Core Studio: Thesis 2 (Spring 2020)