Johnna (Katherine) Arnold is an artist, photographer, educator, and urban farmer based in Oakland, CA. Johnna received her BA in Photography from Bard College in 1996, and her MFA from Mills College in 2005. She currently teaches classes in photography to graduate and undergraduate students at the San Francisco Art Institute and documents artwork for many excellent institutions.
Johnna enjoys documenting artwork. Each exhibition and art-piece presents a unique set of parameters, the diversity of which keeps the work exciting and the learning continual. Johnna strives to create the best possible images of both individual artworks and exhibitions, and enjoys incorporating new technologies as photography continues to innovate. She enjoys being part of the Bay Area art scene, seeing new exhibitions, studying artworks more closely, and meeting new people. Johnna documents artwork for many quality institutions in the Bay Area and beyond, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Christie's, the Contemporary Jewish Museum, the Wattis Institute, the Oakland Museum of California, PACE gallery Palo Alto, Gagosian Gallery San Francisco, as well as the Anderson Museum and Cantor Art Center at Stanford University.
As an artist, Johnna creates photographic, video and installation-based work which can be seen at www.johnnaarnold.com. She lives in Oakland with her partner, daughter, dog, cat, and five chickens.
Glen Cheriton, Associate Photographer
Glen starting working with photography in high school, earning a BFA at Sierra Nevada College in 2012 and an MFA at the San Francisco Art Institute in 2015. Glen is known for his technical precision and is especially good at documenting individual artworks.
See his personal photography at www.glencheriton.com
Based in the East Bay, Johnna and Glen both grew up in Palo Alto, CA. As natives we take pride in supporting and being a part of the local art scene. We get to work with many of the best art organizations around, and we take pride in the excellent clients and amazing work we get to document each year.