Julia Gillard

Website - JuliaGillard.com

Julia Gillard was born in Illinois. She is a graduate of the International Center of Photography’s Photojournalism and Documentary Photography Program. Her work has been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, The New York Historical Society, powerHouse, Capricious Space, Galleri Lundh Åstrand (Stockholm), and has appeared in New York Magazine, Mother Jones, The Fader and the New York Times. Her new series, Greetings From Florida is being exhibited through July 30th at This Must Be The Place in Brooklyn, New York. 

Julia Gillard, Man with Shrubbery
The Collection
Man with Shrubbery

Miami, Florida, 2011

Julia Gillard, Woman in Paper Hat
The Collection
Woman in Paper Hat

Labor Day, Allentown, Pennsylvania, 2009

Julia Gillard, State Fair, Labor Day
The Collection
State Fair, Labor Day

Detroit, Michigan, 2007

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