Brendan Hunt (b. 1994, Bronx) is an American photographer living and working in Asheville, North Carolina. He was born in New York, raised in Vermont, and attended Bard College, where he studied under Stephen Shore, Larry Fink, Tim Davis, and Gilles Peress. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Photography upon completing his senior project, “It, Phantasm.

Brendan has worked as an assistant in and outside of the studio; most notably, while interning for Stephen Shore during the archiving of the entirety of the artist’s prints and the spotting of select negatives (see “The Gardens at Giverny: A View of Monet’s World”). He has also worked as a performance photographer, an editorial photographer, a wedding photographer, as a lab technician, and as a darkroom supervisor. 

In addition to photographing, Brendan's skills include color correction, contrast control, and printmaking; all three by both digital and analog means. He is also proficient in editing, digital reproduction and manipulation, book design, curation, and Adobe Photoshop.

(Click here for additional information.)