Granville Carroll is a visual artist and educator currently based in Rochester, NY. He works with photography, digital compositing, and photo-manipulation. Carroll uses the indexical nature of photography to bend the world and create new and imaginative landscapes and self-portraits through the lens of Afrofuturism. Carroll received a BFA in Photography from Arizona State University and recently graduated with a MFA in Photography and Related Media from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Carroll was awarded a MFA scholarship for Photolucida's Critical Mass 2020, placing him amongst the top 200 finalists. Carroll's work has been exhibited nationally and has recently been featured on Lenscratch, Photo-Emphasis, Humble Arts Foundation, and In the In-Between.