Matthew Stevenson

Website - MStevensonPhotography.com

Matthew Stevenson grew up in western Pennsylvania and studied psychology at Pennsylvania State University. He lives on Long Island and works in biomedical research. He has coauthored papers in journals such as Brain Research, Journal of Brachial Plexus and Peripheral Nerve Injury, and American Journal of Electroneurodiagnostic Technology. He is interested making photographs that explore and expand the photographic language by attempting to capture small anomalies that present a unique gathering of visual elements. At the most basic level, he is interested in photographs (or series of photographs) whose successes can’t be easily identified and whose mysteries promote examination.

Matthew Stevenson, Heineken
The Collection
Heineken

Long Island, New York, 2012

Share This Profile

Submissions

Flak Photo is an online photography channel that presents the work of artists, curators, bookmakers and photo organizations to a global audience of people who are passionate about visual culture. Interested in contributing? Click here to learn more »

SPONSOR FLAK PHOTO

Are you promoting a photography project? Share it with Flak Photo's global audience by placing a graphic advertisement in this space. For details about banner ads, media partnerships or other inquiries, contact editor Andy Adams »

Making Pictures of People - Recent Perspectives on Photographic Portraiture

HIGHLIGHTS

FlakPhoto Books of the Year 2014
Features
FlakPhoto Books of the Year 2014 35 recommended books of (and about) photography
Making Pictures of People — Recent Perspectives on Photographic Portraiture
News
Making Pictures of People — Recent Perspectives on Photographic Portraiture A collaboration with The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Looking at the Land — 21st Century American Views
News
Looking at the Land — 21st Century American Views A collaboration with Swink and Trapp Interactive
Exploring “The Pleasures of Good Photographs”
News
Exploring “The Pleasures of Good Photographs” A Flak Photo Discussion with Tom Griggs