Nevin Price-Meader works in traditional, alternative and digital photographic techniques to create new spaces, alternative realities and to open a gateway to unfamiliar places while simultaneously staying grounded in the use of everyday spaces. Price-Meader uses isolation and the feeling of being lost as a meditative place to create these dream-like landscapes and constructed environments with in-camera blending techniques, darkroom magic and digital manipulation. Price-Meader is currently a graduate student at Columbus College of Art & Design in Columbus, Ohio. He received his bachelors of art in Photography, Painting and Printmaking from Hartwick College in Oneonta, New York. www.NevinPrice-Meader.com
Tierney Gearon, John Pfahl, Edward Burtynsky, Tokihiro Sato, George Condo, Anselm Keifer, Robert Mapplethorpe, Getting lost in urban and natural environments, walks at night, isolation, Wes Anderson, Alfred Hitchcock.
It's ability to bring together artists from every various field to create unique and interactive exhibitions of up-and-coming young artists.
Using art as a therapeutic tool, my small and dwindling family, my gold tooth, my nephew Jumbo, the sound of film advancing in an old camera, polaroids, the smell of photo chemicals...