Julia Chang-Lomonico is a New Jersey based photographer and home educator. Her work primarily focuses on the human condition and its effect on the environment and interpersonal relationships within the family unit. For the past 10 years, she has photographed over 100 families, with her own family playing a central role in her work.
Julia graduated from Syracuse University in 2004 with a BFA in interior design, and a minor in art history. Her early career as an interior designer allowed her to study and observe the spaces people inhabit, which later influenced her photography sparking her interest in documenting human relationships and interactions in different environments.
She has won awards in the Documentary Family Awards and as a finalist in LensCulture Home ’21. Her work has been published in The Washington Post’s InSight and The New Jersey Star-Ledger. Julia lives in Bergen County, NJ with her husband, Keith, and their two daughters.