Justin Cook is a photographer because he believes that relationships foster a deliberate life. Relationships are the core of intimate storytelling. He documents issues that shape the American experience, and works with editorial and commercial clients. If he doesn't have a near impossible task to tackle, he's bound to lose his mind. Otherwise, you can find him reading about astrophysics, writing in the first person, or instagramming his cats at #sprickers.
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Durham, N.C. 27715
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AARP, The Bitter Southerner, Bronto Software, Communities in Schools of North Carolina, Duke University, Education Week, ESPN, The Ford Foundation, GX Magazine (The National Guard), The Marshall Project, MSNBC, The National Audubon Society, The New York Times, National Public Radio, Our State Magazine, Rotarian Magazine, She Shreds Magazine, The Trace, VICE, The Wall Street Journal, The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation and others.
The North Carolina Collection, Durham County Library
Archive of Documentary Arts, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library - Duke University
The Indie Photobook Library - Washington, D.C.
The Ackland Art Museum - The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Sloane Art Library - The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill