Erin Krall is a street photographer based in Austin, Texas.
Current projects are musing on urban frontiers across Texas, and Americans’ interaction with public land and natural history.
In 2022, she released her first photobook, “Live from Boca Grande” which views a 13-year archive of images from the American tropics through the lens of Joan Didion’s fiction set in the region.
Erin has been published by The Washington Post, The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate, Politico, Roads & Kingdoms, Oxford American, Jacobin, Voice of America, Atlas Obscura, Fodor’s, among others.
Works are held by the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas.
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