Justin Cook photographs communities living along the edges. He believes that the relationships that fuel his photographs foster a deliberate life, and that these relationships can create change. He is based in Durham, North Carolina, a scrappy city he fell in love with while in college, where he works with editorial and commercial clients locally and nationally. His work has been honored by The Magenta Foundation, Photolucida, POYi, The Society of Professional Journalists, American Photography, and funded by The Puffin Foundation and The Durham Arts Council. When he is not making photographs, you can find him reading about astrophysics, collecting fossilized shark teeth, and writing in the first person.
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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
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