Perri Hofmann is a photographer, educator, and native New Yorker. She makes and collects images that highlight an otherwise normalized American consumerist culture. She is interested in analyzing the photographic medium itself, in light of our current image-saturated moment, and considering its societal influence, as well as its limitations.
She received her BFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts Photography and Imaging department. Her work has been shown at the Aperture Gallery in New York and was featured in the New York Times. In addition to her work as a photographer, she works as an instructor at the International Center of Photography (ICP), a retoucher, fine art printer, and curatorial assistant.