Noah Addis is a photographer currently based in Columbus, Ohio. He has had solo exhibitions at the Loyola University Art Museum, The Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and The Center for Emerging Visual Artists. His work is held in public collections including The Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Center for Emerging Visual Artists and the Free Library of Philadelphia. He was chosen to participate in The Summer Show Project at the Foley Gallery in New York and has been awarded fellowships from the Center for Emerging Visual Artists, the Independence Foundation and the George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation. He was selected as a winner of the Women’s Committee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art Photography Portfolio Competition. His work was recently included in the Photography Now exhibition at the Center for Photography at Woodstock. He is currently working on two major projects, one focusing on informal settlements and unplanned growth in the world’s major cities and a second on the Colorado River and how it has affected the development of the American West.