Gail Albert Halaban is a fine-art and commercial photographer who attended the Rhode Island School of Design, Brown University, and Yale University, where she received a MFA in photography. Published in The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, and Le Monde, her work has also been exhibited extensively, notably in a solo exhibit at the George Eastman Museum. It can be seen in public and private collections, including the Hermes Foundation, Nelson Atkins Museum, and Wichita Art Museum, among many others. Gail is the creative consultant for the medical humanities department at Columbia University’s medical school. She is best known for the series “Out My Window,” and her third monograph, Italian Views, was published in 2019.