Meghann Riepenhoff is a photographic artist living in San Francisco. She creates experimental living photographic prints involving a structured interaction between the canvas, the cyanotype medium and the chance operation of natural fluid bodies such as drifting tides along a shoreline.


She harnesses processes of classic non-digital technology and non-digital photographic technology in order to invest in a process that focuses on the materials at hand and the physical elements of photographic image production.


Her work has been published in Harper’s Magazine, Aperture PhotoBook Review and BOMB Magazine Word among others. Her major exhibitions include High Museum of Art, Atlanta; San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, San Francisco; San Francisco Camerawork, San Francisco; the Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins; Photographic Center NW, Seattle; and Atlanta Photography Group Gallery, Atlanta.


In 2014, Charlotte Cotton awarded her first place in the Camera Club of New York’s Annual Juried Competition, she was a Nominee for the Baum Award and received Honorable Mention for the John Clarence Laughlin Award, and was selected as a Top 50 Photographer by Critical Mass.