Peter Croteau

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Peter Croteau was born in Boston, MA in 1988. Moving around many times as a youth to various tract house suburbs gave him a further understanding of the differences and similarities between places across the US. He became most interested in the concepts of the in-between and the sublime in the landscape and how the two may intersect. He considers himself to be an explorer of mundane spaces looking to transform the everyday into something otherworldly through the use of a view camera. He received his MFA in Photography from Rhode Island School of Design in 2012 and his BS in Photography from Drexel University in 2010. He has exhibited at solo and group shows across the North East and was included in the 2011 PDN Annual and the 2012 Photo Review. He lives and works in Providence, Rhode Island.

Peter Croteau, Mountain II
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Mountain II

Providence, Rhode Island, 2011

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