One of America's great platinum/palladium photographers, Frank Hunter was born and grew up in the desert southwest. His mother’s family lived in the upper Midwest and his first sense of landscape came in the from of four-day trips by car from southern New Mexico to Northern Michigan each summer from the time he was four years old. Hunter received an MFA in photography from Ohio University, where he was the John Cady Fellow. He has received grants from the Bernheim Foundation, the International Polaroid collection, and Light Works at Syracuse University. His large-scale platinum/palladium work developed through support from the Fulton County and Georgia Arts Councils in the early l990s. Hunter lived in Atlanta for sixteen years. After a number of years teaching at Duke University's Center for Documentary Studies, he now lives and works in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Read more.