Harini Krishnamurthy


Harini Krishnamurthy is an Indian-American photographer and visual artist living and working in the Seattle area. Her most recent work explores ideas of home, culture and identity. Harini is passionate about analog photographic processes and incorporates these techniques in her work.

Harini’s work has been exhibited in group shows at the Harris Harvey Gallery in Seattle, WA, Photographic Center Northwest in Seattle, WA, Tieton Arts and Humanities in Tieton, WA and the Lightbox Gallery in Astoria, OR. Her work has been published in the Hand Magazine and the Latitude 47 magazine. Harini’s work is also a part of the City Panorama Project, a public art project to display images in bus shelters around King County in Washington State.

Harini regularly volunteers her photography services to community non-profits. She also volunteers as a teaching assistant for analog photography classes at the Photographic Center Northwest.

Harini graduated with a Certificate in Fine Art Photography from the Photographic Center Northwest in 2017.

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