William W. Fuller
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1948, William Fuller grew up in Waukegan, Illinois and Pittsburgh. A graduate of Penn State, he has degrees in English and Speech. His photographic work is in collections at the Sheldon Museum of Art in Lincoln, Nebraska, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, and the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona in Tucson. His work has been featured in Lenswork and Black and White Magazine. He lives with his wife Mary Ellen in the mountains north of Payson, Arizona. His daughter Willa is an artist in Baltimore. Find more of his work williamwfuller.com.
Dr. Rebecca Senf is Chief Curator at the Center for Creative Photography and the Norton Family Curator, a joint appointment with the Center for Creative Photography and the Phoenix Art Museum. Senf grew up in Tucson and completed her undergraduate degree in the History of Photography at the University of Arizona. She spent ten years in Boston, Massachusetts, where she earned a Ph.D in Art History at Boston University. In Boston, she worked on the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston's major exhibition of Ansel Adams from The Lane Collection, for which she also co-authored the exhibition catalogue. In 2012 her book Reconstructing the View: The Grand Canyon Photographs of Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe was released by University of California Press. Senf lives in Tucson with her husband Jason, daughter Lilah, and son Nick.