Heather Renée Russ is a Multi-Media Visual Artist from San Francisco. She received her MFA in Photography, Video and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts in New York City where she was the recipient of the Alice B. Odett Scholarship and the Thomas Reiss Award. She is a founder of Cutter Photozine, a San Francisco based collaborative photography publication. She is also a founder of Club Feral, a multi-gender queer art, performance, and dance space in San Francisco. Her work has been shown at SF Camerawork Gallery, Cinders Gallery, Space Create Gallery, Garner Arts Center and in The Guggenheim Stillspotting NYC project. Heather Renée Russ makes workfrom the blind spots and often explores complex identity and the struggle to find and create place. She is a part of the Lair Fera Queer Art Collective in Brooklyn, New York where she currently resides.