Gregory Crewdson is an American photographer living and working in a New York based studio. Throughout his works he pictures the dark side of the American Dream, by making photographs of American homes and neighbourhoods.
Crewdson is currently director of graduate studies at Yale University School of Art. He has been active for thirty years now and his work has been exhibited in the U.S. and in Europe. Showcasing widely recognised exhibition works such as Natural Wonder, Twilight, Beneath The Roses and Sanctuary.
Brief Encounters was reviewed in a Ben Shapiro documentary in 2012. Crewdson, a photographer with an eye of a film producer, reminds of fantastic movie scenes such as described by movie inspirations Alfred Hitchcock and David Lynch, Edward Hopper and Diane Arbus. Brief Encounters showcases a beautiful work in progress: the evolution of Gregory Crewdson’s accomplished photographic art.
His perspective was showcased in Baden Baden in 2010. Retrospective.