Katherine Turczan Featured in the New York Times

Faculty member Katherine Turczan's photograph was featured in the New York Times this week.

Her captivating portrait of writer Marlon James graced page sixty of the publication. It accompanied James's introspective story "From Jamaica to Minnesota to Myself," in which he shares his experiences growing up and feeling like an outsider.

"I had just left my parents’ house in Portmore, a suburb outside Kingston, for my own apartment in the city: a one-bedroom studio, barely 600 square feet, with yellow shag carpeting, a tiny terrace enclosed in jail bars, a bedroom looking out on somebody else’s bedroom and a ceiling I could reach. I locked myself away from the neighbors with two deadbolts."

Turczan has also photographed for major clients such as the New Yorker and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, among others.

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