Randall Whitehead

 Randall Whitehead has been capturing moments through photography for most of his adult life. He grew up in Delaware and drove across the country immediately after college to San Francisco, where he had never been, knew no one, and didn’t have a job. He started as a photo journalist for magazines and newspapers, moving into fine art photography as he documented the people and places of his newly adopted city.


Now, he has a new goal to introduce San Francisco to the rest of the world as a refuge for anyone who has felt a little out of place in a series he calls Normal. His next series called Almost Human explores the allure of mannequins, who tend to mimic and mock humankind at the same time.Disrupted Space reveals situations frozen in between time. Another series is called Empty, reveals the architectural relics of better times.

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2020 Living Green Gallery, San Francisco, California

2020 The Armory Gallery, San Francisco, California

2019 Le Souk Gallery, San Francisco, California

2017 Riverdale Gallery, Knoxville, Tennessee

2016 Susan Key Gallery, Knoxville, Tennessee

His latest book of images is

Lost Dolls, The Hidden Lives of Toys