Bio2014 Wyatt Gallery (b.1975), a person not a place, is a Philadelphia native and past adjunct-professor at the University of Pennsylvania. He received his BFA from NYU Tisch School of The Arts in 1997 and is the recipient of various awards including a Fulbright Fellowship to Trinidad, PDN magazines top 30, PDN Rising Star, and the International Center of Photography’s 2017 Infinity Award. He has published four books and is in numerous public and private collections such as the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the George Eastman House, the Museum of The City of New York, the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Worcester Art Museum, Comcast, Twitter, and American Express. Wyatt’s work has been reviewed in The New Yorker and featured in Esquire, Departures, Condé Nast Traveler, The New York Times, Mother Jones, and on Oprah’s OWN Network and NY 1 News, amongst others. HIs past books Tent Life: Haiti (Umbrage, 2011) and #SANDY (Daylight, 2013) have successfully raised over $60,000 to support communities affected by natural disasters. in 2017 Gallery published Jewish Treasures of The Caribbean; The Legacy of Judaism in the New World (Schiffer, 2017), of which the coinciding exhibition has been traveling throughout North America and the Caribbean since 2014. Gallery has lectured at New York University, the School of Visual Arts, the New School, Wharton, Kutztown, the International Center for Photography, and numerous high schools. Wyatt lives between New York City and Trinidad & Tobago and is represented by Foley Gallery and Redux Pictures in New York City.