Dilmar M. Gamero S. is a Peruvian-born, Philadelphia-based visual artist, educator, and researcher with studies in audiovisual communication, philosophy, theology, and art education. He specializes in documentary production, fine art photography, alternative and experimental image-making processes, and new media. He is focusing on the cultural and religious identity of Peruvian rituals, lecturing, producing a book, and exhibiting in Peru, Latin America, and the US. His latest research uses experimental photography and new media on Elfreth’s Alley historical archives and data production to recover alternative stories.
Dilmar received a Ph.D. in Documentary Arts and Visual Research from the School of Film and Media Arts - Temple University, an MFA in Photography from Tyler School of Art, and a BA in Audiovisual Communication from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. He is the Photography Program Head at Tyler School of Art and Architecture and teaches photography and new media at Temple University and the University of the Arts.