Gregory Crewdson is one of the today’s most influential contemporary photographers. His elaborately staged photographs are the equivalent of big-budget Hollywood films, with a consistent narrative thread on small-town suburban life.
The Brooklyn-born photographer’s work is ambitious in scope and scale. The dramatic depiction of the dark-side beneath American beauty has earned him many accolades throughout his career. He has even had the opportunity to ‘direct’ thespians like Tilda Swinton, Julianne Moore and William H. Macy.
Melancholy, bleak, and sometimes unsettling, Crewdson’s surreal photographs will haunt you in the best way.