A native Southern Californian, Julia Paull is concerned with physical manifestations of the human condition as experienced bodily and psychologically. Her abstract works represent rational and intuitive descriptions of existence that reflect experience – social, psychological and physiological. Her photographs examine the processes of growth and death in people, plants and animals. When combined both practices reflect a larger meta conversation involving energy, movement, and beings existing in space.
Julia recieved her MFA in Photography at the California Institute of the Arts and her BA in Art Studio from University of California Santa Barbara. She is an Associate Professor of the Practice of Art at the University of Southern California Roski School of Art and Design.