Shaun O’Boyle uses photography to explore architecture, built environments and landscapes. He is a three time grantee of the National Science Foundation’s Antarctic Artist and Writers Program, and the recipient of a 2017 Guggenheim Fellowship in Photography. He was awarded the A.R.T. (Artist Resource Trust) Grant from the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation in January, 2021, which will be use for a Climate Crisis related photography project in the Arctic in 2021-2022; the Martha Boschen Porter Fund in October, 2020 from the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, which is being used to produce large format artists books (measuring 36”x24”) of his Arctic & Antarctic work.
Shaun returned from two weeks in Antarctica at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station in November 2019, where he continued work on a project photographing at all three US Antarctic Program stations. Shaun studied architecture and environmental design at Parsons School of Design in NYC, his book Modern Ruins – Portraits of Place in the Mid-Atlantic Region was published in 2010, and he has nine self-published photography books available through Blurb.com. He recently hosted the Smithsonian Magazine Instagram feed from the South Pole for 7 days, and from Palmer Station, Antarctica in 2017.
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