Kristin Cass is a Chicago-based photographer. Her work is animated by her concern for social and human rights issues, and her relationship to urban life. A graduate of the University of Chicago, Cass trained as a lawyer, which informs her commitment to social justice.
With a background in art history and design, Cass believes in art as a medium for change. Her work has been shown in several venues, including the group show "Witness: The Artist's Response," the group exhibit "Call And Response: Art As Resistance," the juried show "12th Annual National Juried Photography Exhibition," the book We Who March, the group show "In the 'Hood" and the juried show "I Am Woman," as well as other exhibitions. She is pleased to have her work in a public and private collections.
Cass’s work includes both documentary and fine art photography. You can also find her work on Facebook at Kristin Cass Photography and on Instagram at KristinCassPhotography.