Stacy Arezou Mehrfar is an Iranian American visual artist whose works address issues of place and belonging, memory and narrative, and the symbiotic relationship between the individual and the collective. Stacy received an MFA by research in Photomedia from UNSW School of Art & Design in Sydney, Australia and a certificate in Creative Practices from ICP in New York. She has exhibited at venues such as TEDx, ClampArt, Ethan Cohen KuBe, the International Center of Photography, the Australian Centre of Photography, and the State Library of New South Wales. Her works have been published in the British Journal of Photography, Ain't Bad, Der Greif, Artist Profile, PDN, The New York Times Magazine, Out and London Times. She is the recipient of several grants, including the Australian Postgraduate Award and Australian Artist Grant. Her first photobook, Tall Poppy Syndrome, was published by Decode Books, Seattle, in 2012. Mehrfar currently resides in New York City where she is faculty at the International Center of Photography and School of Visual Arts.