Reid Harer is a photographer and sculptor, he was born and currently resides in St. Paul, MN. Harer currently works as a freelance photographer who specializes in documentation and abstract photography. He is currently working towards a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Bethel University in St. Paul, MN. He will graduate in May 2018. Harer had his first solo exhibition in 2017 at Bethel University entitled Unfolding Art. In 2017, Harer also had a large-scale sculpture installation at Jackson Meadow titled Trace/Limit in collaboration with Savannah Bortner, and Skye Gilkersin. Harer has also received the Raspberry Monday, Jurors Award. One of his pieces is now part of Bethel University’s Permanent Collection. Reid is currently working on a new body of work that explores the relationship of architecture, organic forms and the interaction of light within those forms.