b. 1987, Silver Spring, Maryland Camellia Termini is a third-generation visual artist and arts educator. Termini, a long time fan of the underground feminist punk movement uses photography to reclaim the concept of landscape as a conceptual device and subject of research for feminist cultural geography. She returned to her mother’s hometown in Belen, NM when she accepted the position as Lead Visual Art Educator. Termini holds a BFA in Photography and an MA in Teaching from the Maryland Institute College of Art and has been a working as an artist and educator for the past ten years.