Andrew Douglas Sullivan

Biography

Using evocative color and light, Andrew Sullivan's pictures celebrate the beauty and multi-faceted splendor of life. He's an adventure-seeking photographer and his pictures aim to inspire and ignite the imagination.

Andrew splits his time between coastal Connecticut and South Carolina and travels frequently.

He grew up in Vermont, earned a B.A. in Literature from American University in Washington, DC, and interned with Magnum Photos in New York, where he worked as Erich Hartmann's assistant. After photographing for the Associated Press in New Hampshire, and newspapers in South Carolina and the New York metropolitan area, he became a independent photographer and filmmaker.

His work has been published by The New York Times, Time International, MIT Technology Review, Fortune, Burn Magazine, The San Francisco Chronicle, UBS AG, Barclays Group, the Global Campaign for Education, Stocks.ch, Gente, Scholastic, Hearst Newspapers, Pace University, Sacred Heart University and the United States Olympic Committee.

Awards and Honors: Shortlisted for the Magnum Cultural Foundation's Emerging Photographers Fund; The Deadline Club; National Press Photographers Association; Society of Professional Journalists, Eddie Adams Workshop.

Exhibitions: The Fight Club at Fotoweek DC , Washington, DC; Burn Gallery NYC; Winephoto International Photographic Prize, Mogliano Veneto, Italy; Haviland Street Gallery, Norwalk, CT; LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph, Charlottesville, Va.