Brenna Hansen is a visual artist from Southern California, currently living and working abroad. Her work focuses on truth, perception, and the way contemporary society organizes information and experience. She often uses a combination of digital and analog photography processes to examine the spaces between perception and reality.
Hansen has studied Studio Art, Art Photography, and holds an Interdisciplinary BA in Art History & Philosophy from Arizona State University. She currently works as an educator in darkroom & alternative photography processes, book-binding, and auto-publication both internationally as a freelance educator and locally as an instructor at Maude Kerns Art Center. She currently serves as the President & Education Coordinator for Eugene Darkroom Group.