Jamey Stillings' (American, b. 1955) three-decade career spans documentary, fine art and commissioned projects. He holds a BA in Art from Willamette University, an MFA in Photography from Rochester Institute of Technology, and has a diverse range of national and international clients. Stillings' work is in the collections of the Library of Congress, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Nevada Museum of Art, and JGS, along with private collections.
Select publications include: The New York Times Magazine, LensWork, TIME Magazine, Smithsonian, Neue Energie, New Scientist, and Newsweek Japan. Recent milestones: The Epson Creativity Award 2015; TEDxABQ speaker, Sept. 2014; The Center for Fine Art Photography, Solo Exhibition, Fort Collins, CO, Oct. 2014; Etherton Gallery, Solo Exhibition, Tucson, AZ, Nov. 2014: Eliot Porter Grant recipient 2013; Critical Mass 2013 Solo Exhibition Award.
Stillings' first monograph, The Bridge at Hoover Dam, was published in 2011 by Nazraeli Press. His new book, The Evolution of Ivanpah Solar, will be published by Steidl in 2015.