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Charles Hood


Amongst his twenty published books and over eight-hundred photographs, artist and author Charles Hood has focused much of his attention on wildlife and nature. He has traveled globally, documenting aspects such as resource allocation, regional fauna, and the evolution of natural landscapes. Hood’s work brings attention to both the political and environmental nuances of these varied regions in order understand how these locales are shaped and still constantly evolving.

A widely published poet, Hood has received numerous fellowships and writing awards, and his most recent artist residencies were with the National Science Foundation in Antarctica and with Playa Arts in Oregon. Other residencies include Center for Land Use Interpretation and the Annenberg Beach House. He has also been a visiting professor in England, Mexico, and Papua New Guinea.

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