Lucas Foglia grew up on a small family farm in New York and currently lives in San Francisco. His photographs examine the intersections between humans and wild spaces. He recently published his third book, Human Nature, with Nazraeli Press. Foglia exhibits his work internationally, and his prints are in notable collections including International Center of Photography, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and Victoria and Albert Museum. He photographs for magazines including National Geographic Magazine and The New York Times Sunday Magazine. Foglia also collaborates with non-profit organizations including Sierra Club and The Nature Conservancy.

Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

27 August 2020 – 17 December 2020. University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Maryland. “Prison Nation”
19 September 2020 – 3 January 2021. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas. “Ansel Adams in Our Time”
1 October 2020 – 23 December 2020. Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, Illinois. “What Does Democracy Look Like?”
1 October 2020 – 10 January 2021. Le Lieu Unique, Nantes, France. “On Earth”
22 October 2020 – 14 February 2021. Museum of Art of Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. “Southbound”
9 November 2020 – 20 January 2021. Palazzo della Gran Guardia, Verona, Italy. “Prix Pictet: Hope”
30 January 2021 – 30 May 2021. Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon. “Ansel Adams in Our Time”
4 February 2021 – 6 June 2021. Davis Museum at Wellesley College, Wellesley, Massachusetts. “Prison Nation”

Solo Exhibitions

2018. Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, Illinois. “Human Nature”
2018. Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, California. “Human Nature”
2018. The Nicolaysen Art Museum, Casper, Wyoming. “Frontcountry”
2018. Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. “Human Nature”
2017. Fredericks & Freiser Gallery, New York, New York. “Human Nature”
2017. Micamera, Milan, Italy. “Human Nature”
2017. Michael Hoppen Contemporary, London, United Kingdom. “Human Nature”
2017. Nordic Light International Festival of Photography, Kristiansund, Norway. “Frontcountry”
2016. Cortona On The Move, Cortona, Italy. “Frontcountry”
2016. Baumwollspinnerei, Hall 12, Leipzig, Germany. “A Natural Order”
2016. Jeonju International Photography Festival, Jeonju, South Korea. “A Natural Order”
2015. Galerie Le Lieu, Lorient, France. “A Natural Order”
2015. Kunstmuseum Magdeburg, Magdeburg, Germany. “Frontcountry”
2015. Kyotographie 2015, Galerie du Jour Agnès B, Kyoto, Japan. “A Natural Order”
2014. MiCamera, Milan, Italy. “Frontcountry”
2014. Robischon Gallery, Denver, Colorado. “Frontcountry”
2014. Dutch Electronic Art Festival, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. “A Natural Order”
2014. Michael Hoppen Contemporary, London, United Kingdom. “Frontcountry”
2014. Fredericks & Freiser Gallery, New York, New York. “Frontcountry”
2013. Galerie du Jour Agnès B, Paris, France. “A Natural Order”
2013. Athens Photo Festival, Athens, Greece. “A Natural Order”
2013. Quinzaine Photographique Nantaise, Nantes, France. “A Natural Order”
2013. Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, Oregon. “A Natural Order”
2013. Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, Denver, Colorado. “A Natural Order”
2013. Belfast Exposed, Belfast, Ireland. “A Natural Order”
2012. Michael Hoppen Gallery, London, United Kingdom. “A Natural Order”
2012. Les Rencontres d’Arles, Arles, France. “A Natural Order”
2012. David Winton Bell Gallery of Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island. “A Natural Order”
2005. Providence City Hall, Providence, Rhode Island. “The Garden”

Group Exhibitions

2020. EPFL ArtLab, Lausanne, Switzerland. “Prix Pictet: Hope”
2020. Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. “On Earth”
2020. Pier 24, San Francisco, California. “Looking Back: Ten Years of Pier 24 Photography”
2020. Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, Tennessee. “Southbound”
2020. Mouravieff-Apostol House and Museum, Moscow, Russia. “Prix Pictet: Hope”
2020. LUMA Westbau, Zurich, Switzerland. “Prix Pictet: Hope”
2019. Hillside Forum, Tokyo, Japan. “Prix Pictet: Hope”
2019. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, United Kingdom. “Prix Pictet: Hope”
2019. Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles, California. “W|ALLS”
2019. Gregg Museum of Art & Design, Raleigh, North Carolina. “Southbound”
2019. Power Plant Gallery of Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. “Southbound”
2019. Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, California. “Strange”
2019. CMC Agnès B, Paris, France. “Des Artistes et le Cardigan”
2019. Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, Illinois. “Go Down Moses”
2019. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. “Photography and Memory”
2019. Centre Photographique Rouen Normandie, Rouen, France. “Garden”
2019. Rencontres d’Arles, Arles, France. “On Earth”
2019. Newport Art Museum, Newport, Rhode Island. “Avant Gardens”
2019. CU Art Museum, Boulder, Colorado. “Documenting Change”
2019. Fused Space, San Francisco, California. “Elements and Archetypes”
2019. Ci.CLO Bienal Fotografia, Porto, Portugal. “Stories on Earthly Survival”
2019. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. “Whitman, Alabama”
2019. Deutsche Börse AG, The Cube, Eschborn, Germany. “Martin Parr’s: We love photography!”
2019. Kunstmuseum Magdeburg, Magdeburg, Germany. “StoryWorks: (Hi)stories in art”
2019. Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, Florida. “Prison Nation”
2019. Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, Charleston, South Carolina. “Southbound”
2018. Michael Hoppen Gallery, London, United Kingdom. “America!”
2018. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts. “Ansel Adams in Our Time”
2018. George Marshall Store Gallery, York, Maine. “Frontcountry”
2018. Cleveland Public Library, Cleveland, Ohio. “Prison Nation”
2018. Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln, Nebraska. “Approaching Landscape”
2018. Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, California. “Way Bay 2”
2018. Triennial of Photography, Hamburg, Germany. “Breaking Point”
2018. Aperture Gallery, New York, New York. “Prison Nation”
2018. Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, California. “Way Bay”
2017. Casa Saraceni for G12 Summit, Bologna, Italy. “Frontcountry”
2017. Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, Illinois. “re:collection”
2017. Kunstmuseum Magdeburg, Magdeburg, Germany. “A Natural Order”
2017. G7 Summit, Savoy Hotel, Bologna, Italy. “Frontcountry”
2017. Deutsche Börse AG, The Cube, Eschborn, Germany. “Work & Leisure”
2017. Fotografia Europea Festival, Reggio Emilia, Italy. “Frontcountry”
2017. Somerset House, London, United Kingdom. “Grow-Conserve”
2015. BITUME PHOTOFEST, Gallipoli, Italy. “Rural Layers”
2015. Tokyo International Photography Festival, Toyko, Japan “Future Focus”
2015. Ray 2015 at Fotografie Forum Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany. “Imagine Reality”
2015. Biel/Bienne Festival of Photography, Biel/Bienne, Switzerland. “Frontcountry”
2015. Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio. “Human-Altered Landscapes”
2015. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. “Take One: Contemporary Photographs”
2015. FO.KU.S, Innsbruck, Austria. “Luxury of Simplicity”
2015. Beirut Exhibition Center, Beirut, Lebanon. “Open Rhapsody”
2014. Museum of the City of Munich, Munich, Germany. “Luxury of Simplicity”
2014. Buda Fabriek, Flanders, Belgium. “The Green Light District”
2014. UNTITLED Miami Beach, Fredericks & Freiser Gallery, Miami, Florida
2014. Paris Photo, Michael Hoppen Contemporary, Paris, France
2014. Atelier Néerlandais, Paris, France. “Foam Talent”
2014. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, United Kingdom. “A History of Photography”
2014. Unseen Photo Fair, Billboard exhibition, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. “Foam Talent”
2014. Billboard exhibition on the Mercatorplein, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. “Foam Talent”
2014. The Armory Show, Fredericks & Freiser Gallery, New York, New York
2013. Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana. “Unfolding Images”
2013. Miami Project, Fredericks & Freiser Gallery, Miami, Florida
2013. Paris Photo, Galerie du Jour Agnès B, Paris, France
2013. Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Hague, the Netherlands. “Photo as Figure”
2013. Light Work, Syracuse, New York. “40 Artists / 40 Years: Selections from the Light Work Collection”
2013. Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Massachusetts. “The Kids are all Right”
2013. International Center of Photography, New York, New York. “A Different Kind of Order: The ICP Triennial”
2013. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. “Family Portrait”
2013. Christophe Guye Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland. “Youth Code”
2013. Newport Art Museum, Newport, Rhode Island. “Network Artists 2012″
2013. Fotodok, Utrecht, the Netherlands. “Off the Grid: Lucas Foglia, Justine Kurland, Pavel Prokopchik”
2013. Weatherspoon Museum of Art, Greensboro, North Carolina. “The Kids are All Right”
2012. Paris Photo, Michael Hoppen Contemporary, Paris, France
2012. RISD Museum, Providence, Rhode Island. “America in View: Landscape Photography 1865 to Now”
2012. Unseen Photo Fair, Michael Hoppen Gallery, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
2012. Gallery 339, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. “More Photos About Buildings and Food”
2012. John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin. “The Kids are Alright”
2012. Pier 24, San Francisco, California. “About Face”
2011. Visionaris’11 Festival, Palma de Mallorca, Spain
2010. The Print Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. “Stalking the Wild Asparagus”
2010. Transformer Gallery, Washington DC
2010. Eighth Veil, Los Angeles, California. “Yale MFA Photography 2010″
2010. David Weinberg Gallery, Chicago, Illinois. “Yale MFA Photography 2010″
2010. Maine Media Gallery, Rockport, Maine
2010. 25CPW, New York, New York. “Stranger than Fiction, Yale MFA Photography 2010″
2010. Green Gallery, Yale School of Art, New Haven, Connecticut. “Yale MFA Photography Thesis Show”
2009. Griffin Museum of Photography, Boston, Massachusetts. “Flash Forward 2008″
2009. Houston Center for Photography, Houston, Texas. “Human Nature”
2009. Michael Mazzeo Gallery, New York, New York. “Art Fair”
2009. Galerie Art Mur, Montreal, Canada. “Flash Forward 2008″
2009. Newport Art Museum, Newport, Rhode Island. “Net Works”
2008. Kathleen Cullen Fine Art, New York, New York. “Flash Forward 2008″
2008. Center for Photography, Woodstock, New York. “Converging Margins”
2008. Lennox Contemporary, Toronto, Canada. “Flash Forward 2008″
2008. Center for Photography, Woodstock, New York. “Photography Now”
2008. Light Factory, Charlotte, North Carolina. “Food for Thought”
2008. Look3 Festival, Charlottesville, Virginia
2008. Newport Art Museum, Newport, Rhode Island. “Recent Acquisitions”
2007. Red Ink Studios, San Francisco, California. “Picture Progress”
2007. Firehouse 13, Providence, Rhode Island. “Rhode Island State Council for the Arts Fellowship Exhibition”
2007. Hera Gallery, Wakefield, Rhode Island. “Concrete: Work from the Urban Environment”
2006. Woods-Gerry Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island. “Faculty Exhibition”
2006. Roger Williams University, Bristol, Rhode Island. “Thurgood Marshall Photography Exhibition”

Public Collections

Art Collection Deutsche Börse
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
Bowdoin College Museum of Art
Cincinnati Art Museum
Cleveland Clinic’s Arts & Medicine Institute
David Winton Bell Gallery of Brown University
Denver Art Museum
Fitchburg Art Museum
Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam
Harvard Art Museums
High Museum of Art
International Center of Photography
Kunstmuseum Magdeburg
Light Work
Museum of Contemporary Photography
Museum of Fine Arts Boston
Museum of Fine Arts Houston
Pilara Foundation
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Portland Art Museum
Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Fine Art
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Sheldon Museum of Art
University of Texas at Dallas
Victoria & Albert Museum
Woodstock Center for Photography


Nazraeli Press, “Human Nature.” Fall 2017
Nazraeli Press, “Frontcountry.” Spring 2014
Nazraeli Press, “A Natural Order.” Spring 2012

Publications (Updated September, 2019)

Pop Up Magazine, “Spiritual-Seekers of Sedona” September, 2019, Lucas Foglia
Aesthetica Magazine, “Exploring Geopolitics.” July, 2019, Sarah Jilani
Bloomberg Businessweek, “How to Make Money Off Rainforests Without Cutting Them Down.” May 16, 2019, Lucas Foglia

National Geographic, “Beekeepers Hit Hard by Thefts of Hives.” May 3, 2019, Rene Ebersole

Bloomberg Markets, “Happy State Bank” April 6, 2019, Lucas Foglia

New York Times Magazine, “Water Wars of Arizona.” July 19, 2018, Noah Gallagher Shannon

Musee Magazine, “Book Review: Human Nature.” October 26, 2018, Claudia Shaldervan
Aperture Magazine, “Prison Nation.” March, 2018, Jordan Kisner
LensCulture, “Human Nature.” January 8, 2018
Collector Daily, “Lucas Foglia, Human Nature @Fredericks & Freiser.” January 8, 2018, Loring Knoblauch
Artforum, “500 Words: Lucas Foglia.” January 2, 2018, Brian Sholis
Vrij Nederland, “No Place on Earth is Unaffected by Man.” January 2018, Jenny Smets
GUP, “Human Nature.” December 20, 2017
Financial Times, “Snapshot: ‘Human Nature’.” December 16, 2017, Emma Bowkett
LensCulture, “Critically Acclaimed: 75 Experts Name the Top Photobooks of 2017.” December 14, 2017
The New York Times, “The Scientists Who Track Climate Change in the Field.” December 11, 2017, Jordan G. Teicher
Wired Magazine, “The Facilities Where Scientists Breed Plants to Survive the Future.” December 2017, Ruby Goldberg
Peace News, “Human Nature.” December 2017, Gabriel Carlyle
National Geographic Traveler, “Singapore.” December 2017, Anne Farrar
IMA, “Human Nature.” December 2017
Harper’s Magazine, “Wildfire.” December 2017, Stacey D. Clarkson
Blow Photo, “Breaking Point.” December 2017, Monika Chmielarz
Amica, “Only Human.” December 2017, Renata Ferri
Wired, “The Uneasy Relationship between Humans and Nature.” November 28, 2017, Laura Mallonee
Mother Jones, “Human Nature.” November 25, 2017, Mark Murrmann
Vice, “Photos to Remind You to Go Outside This Weekend.” November 24, 2017, Bruno Bayley
National Geographic, “Our Deep, Ever-Weirder Relationship With Nature.” November 21, 2017, Alexa Keefe
The New Yorker, “A Photographer’s Journey through our Ever-weirder Relationship to Nature.” November 14, 2017, Robert Moor
De Standaard, “Human Nature.” October 28, 2017, Jan Desloover
PDN, “Human Nature.” October 12, 2017, Pete Brook
British Journal of Photography, “Lucas Foglia’s Cool Look at the Anthropocene.” October 12, 2017, Erik Vroons
The Guardian, “Into the Wild.” October 10, 2017, Sean O’Hagan
Fast Company, “Our Increasingly Complicated Relationship with Nature.” October 5, 2017, Eillie Anzilotti
GDF, “Human Nature.” October 2017
City A.M., “Human Nature.” October 4, 2017, Alex Dymoke
California Sunday Magazine, “A Crack in the Surface.” September 27, 2017, Lucas Foglia
Vogue Italia, “Human Nature.” September 20, 2017, Chiara Bardelli Nonino
New Scientist, “Our Natural World.” September 13, 2017, Andy Coghlan
Self Publish Be Happy, “Human Nature.” September 10, 2017, Bruno Cescel
Outside Magazine, “Humans and Nature: It’s Complicated.” September 2017
Pop-Up Magazine at The Town Hall NYC, “History of a Boom Town.” June 9, 2017
Bloomberg Businessweek, “Reno Looks Like Silicon Valley.” June 26, 2017, Karen Weise
Sierra, “Climate-Change-Resilient Agriculture.” March 2017, Jason Mark
Outside, “Our Lady of Strays.” March 2017, Bob Shacochis
Foam Magazine #44, “On Earth.” May 2016
The New York Times Magazine, May 12, 2016, Melanie Thernstrom
Fast Company, “Everlane.” March 2016
Gestalten, “Evergreen: Living with Plants.” 2016
The Chazan Collection at the RISD Museum. 2016
Bloomberg Businessweek, “American Olive Oil.” January 31, 2016, Peter Robison
National Geographic Magazine, “This is Your Brain on Nature” January 2016, Florence Williams
Tell Mum Everything is OK. November 2015
The New York Times, “Changing Landscape of the American West.” September 22, 2015, Rena Silverman
The Guardian, “Best Shot.” September 17, 2015, Jenny Stevens
California Sunday Magazine, “Big Springs Ranch.” September 2015, Lucas Foglia
Heavy, “Volume One.” Winter 2015, Olan Clifford Teel
PDN, “How I Got That Grant.” May 2015, Edgar Allen Beem
New Farmers Almanac. 2015, Greenhorns
Foam Magazine #39, “Talent.” September 2014, Lyle Rexer
Printed Pages, “Big Skies, Small Communities.” Fall 2014, Madeleine Morley
Annenberg Space for Photography, “COUNTRY: Portraits Of An American Sound.” September 25, 2014
Pop-Up Magazine Dinner, “Shutter Diplomacy.” September 24, 2014
Eleytherotypia Newspaper, “Photographer of the ‘Wild West.’” June 29, 2014
M Le Magazine du Monde, “Les Mirages de l’Ouest.” June 28, 2014, Cathy Remy
6mois, “A Journey Through the American West.” June 10, 2014, Victoria Scoffier
High Country News, “How mining transforms the West’s ranching communities.” June 9, 2014, Sarah Gilman
Aperture, “The Photographer’s Playbook.” June 2014, Jason Fulford and Gregory Halpern
NPR, “‘Frontcountry’ Wanders Through a Changing American West.” May 26, 2014, Chris Benderev
PDN, “Out West.” May 16, 2014, Conor Risch
Vice, “Mossless in America.” May 13, 2014
The Wild Magazine, “Off the Beaten Path.” May 6, 2014, Bianca Ozeri
Neue Zürcher Zeitung, “Photo-Tableau: ‘Frontcountry.’” May 2014
The New Yorker, “Lucas Foglia.” April 21, 2014, Vince Alletti
Blouin ARTINFO, “5 Must-See Gallery Shows in New York.” April 17, 2014
The Morning News, “Frontcountry.” April 14, 2014, Rosecrans Baldwin
L’Oeil de la Photographie, “London & New York: Lucas Foglia, Frontcountry.” April 14, 2014
Rangefinder, “Editor’s Pick: Lucas Foglia’s Frontcountry.” April 8, 2014, Jessica Gordon
Collector Daily, “Lucas Foglia, Frontcountry at Fredericks & Freiser.” April 8, 2014, Loring Knoblauch
The Telegraph, “Viewfinder.” April 5, 2014
Our Age is Thirteen, “Book: Frontcountry, Lucas Foglia.” April 4, 2014, Carole Coen
Daily Mail, “The Last Frontier Lands of the American West.” April 3, 2014
Time Out, “Frontcountry.” April 3, 2014, Chris Waywell
Londonist, “Photographs of the America West.” April 2, 2014, Tabish Khan
Vice, Interview. April 2, 2014, Bruno Bayley
The Guardian, “Call of the Wild: Photographer Lucas Foglia Beds Down in the American West.” April 1, 2014, Sean O’Hagan
Sunset Magazine, “Oak Land.” April 2014, Bill Marken
Art Daily, “Exhibition of photographs by Lucas Foglia on view at Michael Hoppen Gallery.” March 31, 2014
The New York Times, “The View From Here.” March 30, 2014
City A.M. Bespoke, “Mine Field.” March 28, 2014, Alex Dymoke
Wallpaper*, “‘Frontcountry’: Photographer Lucas Foglia Captures the American Heartlands.” March 28, 2014, Jonathan Bell
British Journal of Photography, “New Frontiers.” March 24, 2014
CNN, “Boom and Bust in the American West.” March 23, 2014, Thom Patterson
Vrij Nederland, “Mythisch Amerika.” March 21, 2014, Sander Donkers
Libération, “The Underside of the American West.” March 21, 2014
Financial Times, “Lucas Foglia’s New Wild West.” March 21, 2014, Liz Jobey
Photo-Eye, “Interview: Lucas Foglia on Frontcountry.” March 11, 2014, Daniel Shea
Nevada Public Radio (KNPR), “Photographer Lucas Foglia Captures the Mining Boom in the American West.” March 10, 2014
Hotshoe International, “Lucas Foglia: Frontcountry.” March 2014
Harper’s Magazine, “Hot Air Balloon Wedding Ceremony, Taos, New Mexico.” March 2014, Lucas Foglia
Fast Company, “Inside the American West’s Mining Boom.” February 25, 2014, “Documenting the Mining Boom in the American West.” February 18, 2014, David Rosenberg
PetaPixel, “A Modern-Day Mining Boom: Interview with Lucas Foglia About His Book Frontcountry.” February 5, 2014, Gregory Jones
The New Yorker, “Back to the Frontcountry.” January 29, 2014, Genevieve Fussell
Snoecks, A Natural Order feature. October 2013
The New York Times, The Listings. August 23, 2013, Holland Cotter
The New Yorker, “A Different Kind of Order: The ICP Triennial.” April 11, 2013, Jessie Wender
Ça M interesse, “A Natural Order.” March 2013
Abe’s Penny, “A Natural Order.” Spring 2013, Laurel Foglia
Night of Photography, The Museum of Fine Art of la Chaux-de-Fonds, “A Natural Order.” February 16, 2013
BBC Radio, Ulster, Arts Extra, “A Natural Order.” January 18, 2013
La Cité, “A Natural Order.” January 2013, Albertine Bourget, “A Natural Order.” December 10, 2012, David Rosenberg
The Art Newspaper, “Paris Photo 2012.” November 19, 2012
Wall Street International, “A Natural Order,” November 2012
Vrij Nederland, “A Natural Order.” November 10, 2012
The Germans, “Patrick and Anakeesta, Tennessee.” November 2012
Modern Weekly China, “Paris Photo.” November 2012
Hohe Luft, “A Natural Order.” November 2012, Robin Droemer
Huffington Post, “Lucas Foglia’s ‘A Natural Order’ Invites Viewers To Reflect On The Simple Life.” October 12, 2012
Revue XXI, “Les Robinsons d’Amérique.” October 3, 2012, Léna Mauger
De Standaard, A Natural Order feature. October 2012, Jan Desloover
Modern Weekly China, “A Natural Order.” September 2012
Aperture Magazine, “Picture Utopia.” Fall 2012, Chris Jennings
ZYZZYVA, West Coast Writers and Artists Literary Journal, “Frontcountry.” Fall 2012
Aperture, “PhotoBook Awards Shortlist.” Fall 2012
British Journal of Photography, “A Natural Order.” August 2012, Colin Pantall
The Guardian, “A Natural Order.” July 13, 2012, Sean O’Hagan
de Volkskrant, “A Natural Order.” July 7, 2012
Sunday Times Magazine, “A Natural Order.” June 24, 2012
Time Magazine Lightbox, “A Natural Order.” June 15, 2012, Joanna Lehan
The Independent, “A Natural Order.” June 10, 2012, Adam Jacques
Hotshoe International, “Lucas Foglia: A Natural Order.” June 2012, Sophie Balhetchet
Der Freitag. “A Natural Order”. June 2012
GUP#33, “A Natural Order.” May 2012
American Photo Magazine, “A Natural Order.” May 2012
Pop-Up Magazine, “Issue 6: History of a Boom Town.” April 25, 2012
New Directions Press, “Core Samples from the World.” Fall 2011, Forrest Gander
Longshot Magazine #02, “A Natural Order.” July 2011
Wallpaper* Magazine, “Next Generation, Graduate Directory 2011.” January 2011
Aperture Magazine, “Re-Wilding, Moving Off the Grid in America.” Fall 2010
Lyric Poetry Review, “Moving Around For the Light.” Spring 2009, Forrest Gander
Photography Quarterly, “Issue 98: Converging Margins.” Spring 2009, Leah Oates
Artforum, “Critics Picks: Human Nature.” Spring 2009, Sean Carroll
Photo District News, “PDN’s 30, Emerging Photographers to Watch.” March 2009, Holly Hughes
Utne Reader, “Way Off the Grid.” March 2009, Joseph Hart
Magenta Foundation, “Flash Forward 2008: Emerging Photographers From Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States.” 2008
Contact Sheet 147, “The Light Work Annual 2008.” September 5, 2008, Ariel Shanberg
Donna di La Repubblica, “Il Nostro Orto Antirecessione.” July, 19 2008, Francesca Gentile
Washington Post Magazine, “Splendid Isolation.” July 13, 2008, Cheryl Strayed
British Journal of Photography, “Tomorrow’s People.” June 28, 2008


2019. Prix Pictet, Shortlist
2019. National Geographic Society, Storytelling
2018. Headlands Center for the Arts, Artist in Residence
2017. Syngenta Photography Award, Shortlist
2014. Individual Photographer’s Fellowship, Aaron Siskind Foundation
2014. Foam Talent
2012. Paris Photo – Aperture Foundation Photobook Award, Shortlist
2010. Yale School of Art, Norman Joondeph Prize, juried by Robert Storr
2009. Santa Fe Prize, Finalist, juried by Charlotte Cotton
2009. Photo District News, PDN 30
2008. Magenta Foundation, Flash Forward
2008. Center for Photography at Woodstock, Photography Now
2007. Photolucida, Critical Mass
2007. Light Work, Artist in Residence
2006. Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, Aaron Siskind Fellowship in Photography
2005. Brown University Art Semiotics Honors Award
2004. Brown/RISD Collaboration Grant


2010. Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. MFA in Photography
2005. Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island. BA in Art Semiotics


2011-2018. San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA

Artist Talks and Workshops: Brown University, California College of the Arts, Eastern Tennessee State University, Hartford Art School, Micamera, New York State College of Ceramics, Ohio State University, Oxbow School, Parsons, Rhode Island School of Design, Rochester Institute of Technology, Royal College of Art, Salt Institute, San Francisco Art Institute, Syracuse University, University of Cincinnati, University of Oregon, University of Texas at Dallas