Eliza Gregory is an artist and educator. Trained as a fine art photographer, a writer and a social practice artist, Eliza mixes media ranging from images to text to relationships. Her work examines community connections, cultural identity, relationships across class, and families. In spring 2016 she was the lead artist for the Community Arts Internship Program at Southern Exposure, and conducted a project with Downtown Continuation High School and SFMOMA’s education department. In spring 2017 she was an Anacapa Fellow at the Thacher School where she collaborated with students on a book about citrus ranching in the Ojai Valley. She is currently working with the Asian Art Museum to create a project about contemporary immigration in San Francisco, which goes on display April 5th, 2018. She graduated from Princeton University in 2003 and did her MFA in Art & Social Practice at Portland State University. See her photographic work here.