Zachary P. Stephens (b. Brattleboro, VT, 1983) is a visual artist and educator who specializes in lens-based media and interdisciplinary practice.
He received his MFA in Visual Art from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and a certificate in professional photography from the Hallmark Institute of Photography. Before dedicating his life to art and arts education he was a documentary photographer with work appearing in; The New York Times, The Boston Globe, USA Today, The Burlington Free Press, Vermont Life Magazine, The Brattleboro Reformer, and many more.
His work has been exhibited nationally at galleries such as the Woody Gaddis Photographic Arts Gallery in Oklahoma, the Kayafas Gallery in Boston, MA, the Dianich Gallery in Brattleboro, VT, and the Snyder Gallery in Marlboro, VT. He was named a finalist in Photolucida's 2020 Critical Mass, and his work has been featured in Fatherly and Art New England.
Stephens is currently an adjunct professor of photography at Springfield College, Franklin Pierce University, and an instructor at The Putney School. Additionally, he has taught at Keene State College, Landmark College, the Community College of Vermont, and the In-Sight Photography Project.