Gina Lumsden Kropf is a photographer and mixed media artist currently residing in in New York, NY.   Gina was born in Raleigh, NC, where she began her BFA in studio art with an emphasis in photography.   She spent 2 years studying photography and painting at Las Positas College in Livermore, California, 2 years at the University of Missouri, St. Louis, studying photography and figure drawing, before returning to Meredith College to earn her BFA.

She spent 15 years working in photography studios and running her own as the principle photographer, before settling in Manhattan to continue her studies in art.   Using the skills and techniques she acquired in the photography field and the classic photo techniques she learned in college, Gina employs various photographic mediums such as digital photography & manipulation, analog /120mm film photography and acrylic paint. Her work explores aspects of individuality, non-conformity, and the human figure. She incorporates these ideas into her chaotic world , where she searches for understanding of human nature and her own understanding of her life and how it evolves and takes on new meaning with the passing of each decade.


2002 BA Studio Art Major, Photography Concentration, Meredith College, Raleigh, NC

1997-2001- Figure Drawing workshops- University of Missouri-St. Louis


2017- Current- Middle Writers Workshop - Current

NYC CRIT CLUB - member/student

PPA- Professional Photographers of America. 2007-2018.


Donna Lewis- Silent World Music Video- Provided photography.

Suzanne Vega & Gerry Leonard- Portrait Shoot for Furch Guitars.

Suzanne Vega :

Gerry Leonard :

Greenpoint Gallery-Brooklyn, NY. Virtual gallery show & first place in best in show

Postcards from the Edge Virtual Show. January 2020.

Commissioned Portraits- Several each year from 2007-2017.

Rejoice Academy of The Arts- Raleigh, NC. Taught sculpture, figure drawing, and 
 painting to High Schoolers in the Fine Art department .


Sunday - A Magazine of the Arts at Middle Collegiate Church- New York, NY. Featured essays and documentary photography Spring 2017, 2018, 2021 editions.

We’ll Never Have Paris- Literary Journal of Non-fiction- Food issue- November 2019

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