Jeri Jonise Gravlin is a young photographer transplanted from the Midwest whose mission in life is to tell stories through imagery that inspire positive change. Art is her form of activism and she strives to create a call for action towards a more sustainable future with each photograph she takes. Jeri has an Associate's Degree in Fine Arts from Delta College, a Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Studies from Westminster College and is currently pursuing her M.S. in Resilient and Sustainable Communities from Green Mountain College. She currently works for The Salt Lake City Public Library as a Marketing and Communications Specialist, where visual storytelling is an intricate part of her job.
"The instructor Jeri was awesome! Prepared and very knowledgeable, plus supportive and invested in her students' success! Highly recommend....." -Charles E.
"Jeri is amazing at bringing energy to the class and keeping everyone engaged. I have seen her in person and now on zoom. She is an amazing person and you feel she genuinely loves what she is teaching, and that she also loves to teach. She made my experience with learning so much more fun." -Justin B.
Jeri Gravlin is currently teaching:
|Photography As Activism||Fall||10/18/23 - 11/01/23||Lifelong Learning|
Jeri Gravlin has previously taught: