Shaun O'Boyle

Shaun O’Boyle uses photography to explore architecture, built environments, and landscapes.

Shaun is a three-time grantee of the Antarctic Artist and Writers Program of the National Science Foundation, and the recipient of a 2017 Guggenheim Fellowship in photography. He was recently awarded the Artist Resource Trust Grant from the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, to be used for a climate crisis related photography project in the Arctic. He is a graduate of the architecture and environmental design program at Parsons School of Design, the author of Modern Ruins: Portraits of Place in the Mid-Atlantic Region, and is currently making large artists books (36×24) of his photographs from polar regions, and other locations.