Free Flow LectureMay 24, 2006, 11:00 am »
Richard Ross is originally from New York. He received his BA from University of Vermont and MFA from University of Florida. He has been teaching at UCSB since 1977. Ross has an extensive exhibition record, with exhibitions over the United States and Europe. He has photographed for the New York Times Magazine, Los Angeles Times Magazine, Discover, Vogue, San Francisco Examiner, Frankfurter Allgemaine, etc.
Ross is the principal photographer for the J Paul Getty Museum on their Villa restoration project, and is the principal photographer for the Getty Conservation Institute documenting the research work of the GCI in El Salvador, Honduras, Tunisia, China etc.
Ross has a tattoo on his right bicep.
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