Tara Wray, a photographer, writer, and filmmaker, is based in Vermont. She curates interviews with photographers at Vice and at BUST Magazine--where her focus is on giving voice to women in photography--and is photo editor of the literary journal Hobart. She created and curates Some Days Just Are, a collaborative series where two photographers capture a twelve hour day in parallel time. Wray's work is held in collections at major institutions including Yale University, University of Notre Dame, and Dartmouth College. Born and raised in Kansas, Wray graduated from NYU with a degree in documentary film. She has directed two feature length documentaries: Manhattan, Kansas (Audience Award, SXSW 2006; Film Society of Lincoln Center) and Cartoon College (Vancouver International Film Festival 2012). Her most recent photobook, Too Tired for Sunshine, was published by Yoffy Press in 2018. More info at tarawray.net.