Delaney Allen is an American photographer whose work investigates self-exploration. Incorporating the use of self-portraiture, still life, and landscape photography, he forms an atmosphere around familiar, personal emotions.
Allen has been exhibited and published nationally and internationally. He was awarded as a Flash Forward Emerging Photographer by Magenta Foundation in 2013 and was chosen for Alec Soth’s Camp For Socially Awkward Storytellers in the same year. Most recently, he was chosen as “One Of Portland’s Five Artists To Watch” by the Portland Monthly in 2015. His first publication, Between Here And There, was awarded “Best Books Of 2010” by Photo-Eye Magazine. He holds a BFA in media arts from the University of Texas - Arlington (‘03) and an MFA in visual studies from Pacific Northwest College of Art (‘10).
Delaney Allen's work appears courtesy the artist.