Jim Ramer is an artist, educator and curator. His work spans photography, video sculpture, and installation. Most recently, his work was featured in a solo exhibition at Jay Etkin Gallery, Santa Fe, NM the 2010 PIP Festival, Pinga and in group exhibitions at Photo Auckland, Auckland, NZ, RAWR, Beijing, CN, Singapore Photo, Singapore, Tianjin University of Museum, Tianjian, CN, Red House Gallery in New York City, International Festival of Photography, Photography Speaks in Soul, Korea and in 2009 at the at the Goeun Museum, South Korea. Additionally he has exhibited at David Lusk Gallery, Memphis TN, Rupert Goldsworthy Gallery, NY; Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, Exit Art, New York, Contemporary Museum, MD; Art Workers Plan B Gallery, Memphis, TN, Ole Dominion University, VA. He has curated numerous exhibitions and is the former Director of Delta Axis Contemporary Arts Center and a Co Founder of Art Workers Unions Plan B Gallery. He has lectured internationally on photography and photographic education most recently at the Society of Photographic Education Western Conference in Salt Lake City, NV, and the Singapore International Photo Festival. He currently serves as the Director of the MFA in Photography at Parsons the New School for Design in New York City.