Gwendolyn Anne Davies was born in San Antonio, Texas and went on to spend most of her life moving every few years. In her research and art practice she investigates the context of home and domestic space, and self and identity in relation to contemporary culture. Davies graduated with a BFA in Photography from Arizona State University’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts and Barrett, The Honors College in December 2015. She went on to receive her MFA from Rochester Institute of Technology in May of 2018.
She is currently teaching Photography and Design courses at Monroe Community College as she continues to create, publish, and exhibit her own work. She has exhibited in group and solo exhibitions across the United States and been featured in various publications. Her work is held in the William Jenkins Archive as part of the Northlight Gallery Permanent collection in Phoenix, Arizona. She recently won the Visual Studies Workshop Award for her work in the Rochester Contemporar