The past few years of my research on contemporary fiction and historical memoir have made a strong impact on how I make connections between nature and photography. My most recent works began as photographic experiments and creative interventions with plastic surface textures. They have become composition studies in which nature continues to inspire moments of personal reflection and discovery.
Photographer, curator and writer Christopher Atkins holds MRes & MA degrees in Visual Cultures from Goldsmiths College, University of London and a BA, History of Art from the College of Wooster. He has organized dozens of exhibitions, co-developed site-specific installations, and led various artist-in-residency projects. He is the recipient of a Jerome Foundation Artist Travel and Study Grant (2013); Minneapolis Institute of Arts Roberta Mann Innovation Award (2013); and Oberholzer Foundation Artist Retreat (2013, 2014).