Patty Carroll is a photographer currently teaching at The School of the Art Institute and Columbia College in Chicago, after many years of teaching, at other institutions including the Institute of Design at IIT and the Royal College of Art in London. She has participated in numerous group and one-person exhibitions, and has work in several museums internationally. She is the photographic author of 3 books; Spirited Visions a book and exhibit of portraits of Chicago artists in 1992, Culture is Everywhere , published by Prestel in 2002, and Living the Life: The World of Elvis Tribute Artists, 2005. Selected one-person exhibits include “Are You Lonesome Tonight” at Royal Photographic Society in Bath, England in 1996, “Elvis?” at the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago in 1999, and “Dark and Deadly: Photographs and Digital Movie Posters”, at The Art Institute of Chicago in 2004. She has guest curated exhibitions including ; American Made: The New Still Live which toured Japan, 1993, The Constructed Self, 1998, and E2K:Elvisions:2000 at Intuit, the Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art in 2000. She was the recipient of an Artist Fellowship Grant from the Illinois Arts Council in 2003, and was Artist in Residence at Akiyoshidai International Art Village, Japan in 1999, Texas A&M University in 2005, Columbia College in 2006-07, Anderson Ranch in 1998. More of her work can be seen at http://www.pattycarroll.com and http://www.pattycarrollphotography.com. For larger prints, please call 773-251-9796.