Tuck Fauntleroy

Overview
Tuck Fauntleroy (b.1978, Easton, Maryland) lives and works in Jackson Hole. After receiving his B.A. from Bucknell University in 2000, he moved West and has been rooted in Wyoming since. Inspired by the natural environment of the Eastern Shore of Maryland and the small waterfront town where he was raised, Fauntleroy's art often finds its way in the medium of water. Early influence based in traditions of the coastal culture of the Chesapeake Bay expand to new photographic discovery within Wyoming's vast, largely uninhabited ecosystems. Fauntleroy's overall style is marked by an adherence to simplicity and the interplay of negative and positive space. Form, shape and strong visual lines are at the foundation of his work. From hard-to-find locations and rare environmental conditions Fauntleroy offers a new position on and abstract view of the landscape. Combined with his personal photographic practice, Fauntleroy has developed a professional foundation as a photographer in the fields of architecture and interior design over the past 20 years. Published in recognized outlets such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, Dwell, Conde Nast Traveler, Newsweek, Powder Magazine, Ski, The Fly Fish Journal, Mountain Living, Range, and Town & Country, Fauntleroy’s successful commercial and interior work is committed to utilizing the aesthetics of the natural world.
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