Julia Bennett is a marine scientist, fine art photographer, and book artist exploring the intersections between science, visual art, and the contemporary social landscape, focusing on how those intersections influence our understanding of a natural world in transition. Julia's photographs have been featured in solo and group exhibitions throughout the US and abroad, including the Columbia Museum of Art (SC), The Pence Gallery (CA), and the CSIRO Ecosciences Precinct (AUS). Her series Into the Umbra, which explores the microscopic world of plankton, has recieved multiple grants and awards including the Magellan Scholar Grant and the USC PhotoFest Review Prize. Julia's work has been published both in print and online, most notably through WIRED, Featureshoot, and PetaPixel. Julia is currently living and working in Los Angeles, CA.
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