Cat Gwynn was educated in photography, film, and fine arts at Otis-Parsons Art Institute, and has completed numerous master workshops with such esteemed artists as Mary Ellen Mark, Joel Peter Witkin, and Barbara Kruger. Her artwork is collected and exhibited in international galleries and museums including the Lishui Museum of Photography in China, The Drawing Center in New York City, and the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art. She has lectured at numerous institutions including Otis College of Art and Design, New York University, Art Center College of Design, and Harvard Medical School.
Cat Gwynn’s critically acclaimed photo memoir, “10-Mile Radius", was released in November, 2017 by Rare Bird Books. She's currently at work on her next photo book project, “Cry For Me”, where she captures the raw power of authentic masculine emotion in intimate black and white portraits, giving the viewer an opportunity to witness these men in the genuine strength of their vulnerability.