Willson Cummer is a fine-art photographer, curator and teacher who lives in Fayetteville, New York, USA. Prints from his projects have been included in national juried exhibitions. His first solo New York City show opened in December 2011 at OK Harris, in Soho. Willson's work explores humanity's place in the environment.

Willson's projects and resume are online at www.WillsonCummer.com. He curates and publishes the blog New Landscape Photography, at www.NewLandscapePhotography.com. He has published the work of more than 400 artists over the past four years, along with artist statements. Willson also moderates a Facebook chat group with over 1,200 members, titled New Landscape Photography.

Willson has taught at Light Work, Syracuse University and Cazenovia College. His work is for sale online at the CoEdit Collection. Willson has a bachelor's degree from Yale University and a master's degree from Syracuse University.

Willson describes the type of photography he likes:

"I'm most interested in photography that investigates the borders between the natural and manmade worlds. I like modest photographs of everyday scenes. Some of my favorite photographers are Robert Adams, William Eggleston and Stephen Shore. I publish work that I like on my blog, New Landscape Photography."

Websites: Willson Cummer and New Landscape Photography.

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