Kally Malcom, M.F.A.
Assistant Professor of Photography
M.F.A. New Mexico State University
Office: Building: 45D (Photo Bldg) Room: 1024
Kally Malcom is a photographer whose work and research
explores place, personal history, and identity. Her images employ a range of
photographic processes and move between the studio and the natural world.
Selections from her recent work have been exhibited nationally and
internationally, including the Schneider Museum of Art in Ashland, Oregon;
Northlight Gallery, in Phoenix, AZ; Marion Center for Photographic Arts in
Santa Fe, NM; and the Pingyao International Photography Festival, in Pingyao,
China. Her images have been published in F-Stop Magazine, The Hand Magazine,
WPR Wisconsin Life online, and the Huffington Post. Kally’s photographs are
held in numerous private collections throughout the United States. Kally holds an
MFA from New Mexico State University, an A.A.S in commercial photography from
Metropolitan Community College and a B.A. in English from the University of
Nebraska-Lincoln. She is an Assistant Professor of Photography at the
University of North Florida.