Kevin Cooley


The landscape photography of artist Kevin Cooley often examines two types of environments: the frozen and the suburban. Many of Cooley’s frozen landscapes are captured in Longyearbyen, Svalbard, an archipelago of Norway. The artist also completed a series of photographs near airports such as Los Angeles (LAX), which illustrate glowing streaks cast in the dark night sky, created by planes taking off and landing. The artist earned his M.F.A. in photography from the School of the Visual Arts in New York City in 2000. Cooley has exhibited nationally in shows such as “Night Shift” at the Massimo Audiello Gallery in NYC (2007) and “Bateaux Mouches” at Ambrosino Gallery in Miami (2005). In addition to Cooley’s fine art, he has also developed an extensive body of work as a commercial and editorial photographer, shooting for clients such as The Los Angeles Times, New York Art World and the Miami Herald.