Matt Rahner (MFA, 2014) is a fine art photographer working in the documentary tradition, after photographers such as Walker Evans and Robert Frank. Rahner has exhibited his work nationally and internationally, including solo exhibitions at The Daum Museum of Contemporary Art, and group exhibitions throughout the United States.
An experienced educator, Rahner has taught all levels of photography (analog and digital) and graphic design. Rahner served as gallery director of the Morris Gallery of Contemporary Art, curating exhibitions and organizing artist lectures and workshops. Rahner also served as the Registrar and Exhibitions Coordinator at The Daum Museum of Contemporary Art from 2018-2020. 

Rahner was born in Rockville, Maryland, enjoyed his childhood in the snows of Buffalo, New York, and grew up in Columbia, Missouri, where he now resides. He is currently a freelance photographer, working full-time as an Admissions Counselor at Stephens College.
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