Tira Khan’s photographs focus on people, family and unguarded moments. Her images are often personal, as she finds that elements of our daily lives often reflect broad, universal themes. And sometimes, the personal is political.
She has exhibited her photographs nationally and was recently selected by Christopher Rauschenberg as one of eleven photographers in the Photo- graphic Resource Center’s exhibit Exposure.
Her photographs have been published in the The Wall Street Journal, New York Times Lens Bog and Bloomberg Businessweek. She has also published work in two books: We Who March, on the 2017 Women’s March; and Family. Life., published by Alexia Founda tion and the Newhouse School of Public Communications.
Her portfolio, Growing Up Girl, is part of a traveling exhibit, Outspoken, which explores the idea of women and girls in American culture.