New York, NY, USA
Sebastian Collett grew up in Ohio and France. Following an early career as a pianist, he fell in love with photography in college, while studying with Stephen Shore and Larry Fink. Upon graduating he traveled the world for fifteen years, then earned his MFA at the Hartford Art School. He was recently awarded the Source-Cord Prize, the Light Work Grant, the Emerging Photography Award, and residencies at La Napoule Foundation, the Terra Foundation, the Hemera Foundation, Salzburger Kunstverein, the Tides Institute, the Hambidge Center and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. His portfolios have been featured in publications including the British Journal of Photography, Contact Sheet, the Source Photographic Review, piK Magazine, Romka Magazine, Fraction Magazine, L'Oeil de la Photographie, Feature Shoot, The Latent Image, Darwin Magazine, Phases Magazine, and Vice Magazine. Sebastian has self-published several books, and is included in the Mossless survey of American photography, "The United States, 2003-2013.” His photographs and books have been exhibited at Aperture Gallery, Kominek Gallery, Camden Image Gallery, 25CPW Gallery, United Photo Industries, Project Basho, Duke University, Harrington College of Design, the Philadelphia Photo Art Center, the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, the Houston Center for Photography, the Morris Museum, the Phoenix Museum of Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
- Still life