James Autery is a freelance photographer and filmmaker based in New York. His current project is a study in stillness bound in a backdrop of motion with the use of video. His previous work had a focus in photojournalism and art photography. His subjects have included children with autism, train-hoppers, communities in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, a machinist in the Mojave Desert, and a Korean family living in Missouri. His work is focused on the universal inner strength of people, and in the still moments of fleeting life experiences that seem to branch out into their own unending existences.
Areté Venue and Gallery, NYC.
Solo Show: REVERBERATIONS, 2018.
Next to Nothing Gallery, NYC.
Group Show: Film-Maker’s Coop Paddle8 Art Auction, 2017.
Hudson Opera House, Hudson, NY.
Solo Show: Selected Works, 2015.
Private Exhibition, Hudson, NY.
Solo Show: With Gentle Wings and a Cohort of Confusion, 2014.
MPLS Photo Center, Minneapolis, MN.
Group Show: The Human Condition: A Survey of Humanity, 2012.
Center for Contemporary Arts Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM.
Group Show: Arrhythmic Visions, 2012.
Artist a Day
Fototazo Photography + Microgrants
Gordon Parks International Photo Competition Finalist, 2006.
NEW YEAR NEW WORK, The New American Cinema Group Film-Maker’s Cooperative, 2018.