Alison Malone is a photographer based in New York City. Her work examines the nuanced relationship between people and how they exist in the world. She is constantly exploring new ways to observe the significance of the everyday occurrences in people, places and objects that surround them while searching for the subtle threads that connect us all.

Her current body of work is titled “The Daughters of Job”. It portrays a secret society of girls ranging in age from 10 to 20 years old that are the daughters and granddaughters of Freemasons. The images are concerned with the psychology of identity formation through traditional ritual and role-playing within a patriarchal organization. They observe the girls in the society and the spaces where these rites occur.

Ali has been exhibited locally and nationally. She has also received numerous awards and honors including the Paula Rhodes Memorial Award, an Alumni Scholarship Award from the School of Visual Arts, an Artist Initiative Grant form the Minnesota State Arts Board, and was a nominated participant in Review Santa Fe.

In 2008, she earned her Masters in Photography, Video and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts in New York. She received her bachelors in photography from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design in Minnesota in 2002. In addition to developing her career in fine art photography, she has been an instructor at several institutions in Minnesota including Minneapolis College of Art & Design and the Arts Institute International Minnesota