Sam Plouff is a senior undergraduate student working towards a B.A. in Art & Design with a focus on photography and sustainable textiles and a B.A. in Program in the Environment with a focus on urban planning and food systems. She is Ginsberg’s photographer and is responsible for representing the variety of work that Ginsberg does through images, as well as creating a consistent brand for the Center. Sam understands the importance of privilege, privacy, and power structures in relationship to photography, and how these can play out when taking photographs; she values inclusivity and creating a comfortable space to speak and discuss with others. In her free time, she enjoys running an animal welfare club on campus, caring for her plants, and drinking tea.