Linda A. Reno is an American photographer/storyteller/educator residing in Jacmel, Haiti and New Orleans, LA. She is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin where she earned an M.A. in Journalism. Ms. Reno is a visual storyteller using still photography, videography and multimedia production. She has experience working as a youth photography and film educator and is particularly fond of this type of work. Her personal work focuses on documenting subcultures and exploring the manifestation of ancient collective memory within culture.
Ms. Reno was born in the Year of the Cock (1981) and raised in the American Mid-West, but early adulthood brought her way down below the Mason-Dixon line and she has never looked back. The sights, sounds, smells, tastes, textures, and culture of the Global South inspire all her work. Throughout all her endeavors, it is this visceral sense of culture that she seeks to both reveal and revel in.
She is available for hire worldwide, but currently divides her time between Jacmel, Haiti and New Orleans, LA; the best, most radical place on earth forever and ever, Amen.
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