Lloyd DeGrane is a Chicago-based freelance photographer. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Reader, the Paris Match, and other national and international publications. I specialize in location photography and portraiture, serving a variety of clients including: University of Chicago, University of Illinois system, University of Notre Dame, numerous other alumni publications, Alliance for the Great Lakes, the Nature Conservancy, the March of Dimes, Bank of America, FMC Corporation, and the Adventist Healthcare System. DeGrane’s black & white documentary work has been exhibited at the Chicago Cultural Center, the Chicago History Museum, The Gage Gallery and the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, DC, among others. DeGrane has documented the Illinois Prison System extensively with photos appearing in international publications and academic journals. The photo documentation of home life and television watching in the Midwest resulted in the publication of Tuned In: Television in American Life, University of Illinois Press. DeGrane was a SJNN Fellow for Cycle 3 on housing & homelessness.