Lauren Angalis Kramer Field (they/them) is a 24 year-old non-binary trans photographer, writer, and filmmaker. They graduated Barnard College of Columbia University in 2016 with a B.A. in English. Originally from Portland, Oregon, they currently split their time between California and New York. Angal makes photographs on medium format film, drawing from classical imagery, to examine contemporary sites of queerness and the sublime. Previously, their personal work has focused on idiosyncratic portraits of transgender friends, in bedrooms or perched along the coastline - spaces of pleasure, ecology, surveillance, and transgression. More recently they've focused their camera on the The Dalles, a small town in Oregon where their grandparents reside. Recent commissions include a photo essay in the The New York Times about queers who live off the grid on the Olympic Peninsula, an interview with Out Magazine, and a music video that premiered on

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