www.NevinPrice-Meader.com With a focus on unexceptionality and the everyday, the work of Nevin Price-Meader plays on 'unpeopled places', areas of the world that are void of humans, literally or metaphorically. Whether portraiture or landscape, the photographs he creates are often empty, isolated and fallow, emphasizing the importance of everything found within the frame, regardless of its banality. Price-Meader sees the unpeopled place as a moment for those caught in one particular place or time, often creating some kind of escape route, gateway or false path for the viewer to approach in his images. His work focuses on succinct stoppages along randomly generated journeys; with the images he creates emphasizing a parallel moment in time when the feeling of dissatisfaction with any one place is constant. Nevin Price-Meader received his bachelor of arts in photography, painting and printmaking from Hartwick College in Oneonta, New York in 2013. In 2015, he received his masters of fine arts from Columbus College of Art & Design in Columbus, Ohio. He is currently living and working in Rochester, New York.