Paul Thulin-Jimenez is an associate professor of Photography + Film. He uses analog photography, digital montage, appropriation and various alternative materials to explore the contextual and material constructs of history, cultural identity, consumerism, memory and myth. Thulin-Jimenez’s photographs have been exhibited nationally and internationally at United Photo Industries in New York, Miami Scope, Candela Gallery in Richmond, Chicago Art Fair, PPAC in Philadelphia, AAC in Washington, D.C., Toronto Art Fair, Foto Gallery in Barcelona, Grand Prix Fotofestival in Lodz, Poland, the Athens Photo Festival in Greece, the Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado, and Mt. Rokko Photography Festival in Japan. Thulin-Jimenez has been the recipient of a variety of photographic prizes and awards including a TPI National Graduate Fellowship, a Virginia Commission for the Arts Artist Fellowship, Conveyor Magazine Exhibition Grant, Hariban Award Honorable Mention, Critical Mass Top 50, and the Lensculture Emerging Talent Grant.