Kristin Giordano is a photographer based in Tacoma, WA. She works mainly with antique and experimental cameras. Recent projects include Landscape and Transformation, Photographs of Doha, Qatar, 2008-2011, a series of black and white photographs examining the changing cityscape of a global boomtown; Skyscrapers and Shadows: Labor and Migration in Doha, Qatar, a series of portraits of labor migrants in Doha; Stories of the Desert: Djinn and the Unseen in Qatar, a collaborative project combining collected folktales and pinhole photography; and Temporal Terminus: Marking the Line, a public art installation along the historic Prairie Line Trail in Tacoma, WA. Recent exhibitions include the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tucson; Metroform Ltd; and Fulcrum Gallery. Her work is represented by Getty, Alamy, and Photonations, and is in numerous public and private collections. Awards include a 2008 project grant from Qatar University, a 2011 Print Sponsorship award from the Photographic Center Northwest, and a 2011 TAIP Artist Project Grant. Her recent series “Landscape and Transformation: Photographs of Doha, Qatar 2008-2010” was selected as a finalist in PhotoLucida’s Critical Mass portfolio contest.