Gretchen Grace is a photographer, an artist, and a designer. For the last 30 years she has been photographing on the street, mostly in New York City, but also on streets around the world. For Gretchen, street photography is a visual form of poetry and storytelling. Her work is primarily lens-based, still and video, real and abstract. She also paints, collages, and experiments with typography. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Eyeshot, Aint Bad, Smithsonian Magazine, Noice, Broad, Women in Street, Strant, Daylight, Shots, and Japan Camera Hunter, among others. She has a children’s book–for adults too–called Messy Hair. You can find more of her work on Instagram @_gretchengrace_.