Kieran Rundle is a Photography and Print Media major with a minor in Art History. 

Her photography has been featured in galleries such as the D’Art Center in Norfolk and Gallery 110 in Seattle while also being in multiple publications. She is an entrepreneur and runs her own literary magazine entitled Sincerely Magazine. Kieran’s own writing is featured in over a dozen anthologies and magazines. During the summer of 2020 she received a grant to photographically document the economic and humanitarian effects of COVID19 on remote towns in the southern United States. This project culminated in a book entitled The Sense of the South. In fall 2020 Kieran also published Melancholia of the Mind, a book of poetry and photography.