Bryan Thomas is a photographer based in Brooklyn, NY and a recent finalist for The 2019 Arnold Newman Prize For New Directions in Photographic Portraiture. His most recent body of work, “Sunrise/Sunset,” was featured in 2019’s PDN Annual, awarded the Daylight Photo Award, and exhibited at The Aperture Foundation and The Griffin Museum of Photography. Bryan’s self-published zine, “The Sea in the Darkness Calls,” is held in the libraries of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. Bryan graduated from Dartmouth College and worked at GQ Magazine before returning to graduate school and earning his Master of Arts at Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication. He is a regular contributor to the New York Times, among other editorial publications.
2020 - The Arnold Newman Prize, 2019 - American Photography 35, 2019 - Aperture Summer Open: Delirious Cities, 2019 - PDN Photo Annual, 2019 - Photolucida's Critical Mass, 2019 - Daylight Photo Award, 2018 - American Photography 34, 2017 - Magenta's Flash Forward, 2017 - CENTER's Curator's Choice, 2017 - American Photograph 33, 2016 - American Photograph 32, 2014 - CENTER's Review Santa Fe, 2014 - American Photography 30, 2013 - American Photograph 29, 2011 - NPPA's Best of Photojournalism, 2011 - PDN's Photo Annual, 2011 - College Photographer of the Year, 2010 - PDNedu Student Photo Contest
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