Grahame Perry is a San Francisco / Bay Area photographer/artist creating interesting and artful images. Especially drawn to street photography, urban landscapes, travel, night photography and personal projects.
Grahame was born in London, coming to the U.S. when he was young. He received a B.A. in psychology from U.C. Berkeley and had a career in computer support. In the late-2000’s, He discovered a passion for photography during which he received an A.S. in Photography from City College of San Francisco.
For the last several years, he has been Inspired by image making. He has had individual exhibitions in 2011 and 2012 and participated in numerous group shows.
Recently, Grahame has been creating visual images that captures some aspects of being HIV+. This series, called The Materials of Survival, is part of an ongoing, evolving work. Using the drugs, pill bottles, blood vials and test results to build photographs and collages that reflect the unexpected symbols and emotions that being a long term survivor has created.
Currently, he is part of a 3 artist show at SF Camerawork called The Long-Term Survivor Project. The exhibit dates are June 4 - July 18. See http://www.sfcamerawork.org/long-term-survivor-project. He will also be having a solo show, Materials of Survival at SF Magnet gallery during November 2015.