Terri Garland is an artist who specializes in photographing the social fabric of the American South. She received her BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1987 and her MFA in 1990. She teaches photography at San Jose City College. For the past 3 decades, she has photographed the myriad ways in which racism has permeated the cultural fabric of the United States.

Garland’s photographs are included in numerous collections and she is the recipient of several awards. She is also a flower farmer, growing and designing organic blooms for weddings and events.