Peyton Fulford (née en 1994) est une photographe basée à Atlanta, en Géorgie. Elle a obtenu un BFA avec une spécialisation en photographie à la Columbus State University en 2017. En mettant l’accent sur le portrait narratif, la photographe axe son travail sur les sous-cultures de jeunes dans la région sud des États-Unis. Ses photographies ont été exposées dans le monde entier, notamment aux Labs New Artists II à Red Hook Labs et à Photo London à Somerset House. Elle a figuré dans DAZED, LensCulture, le British Journal of Photography, VICE et Vogue. Récemment, Magnum Photos l'a sélectionnée comme finaliste du prix Inge Morath.
Peyton Fulford is an american photographer born and raised in a small southern town in the United States. As she grew up in a religious household, she did not feel comfortable coming out as queer until she was 21 years old. As she came to terms with her own identity, the photo series Infinite Tenderness came to fruition. In 2016, Peyton began exploring the notion of intimacy and identity among the LGBTQ+ community in the American South. These are the people she met and connected with along the way. Through this work, she documented the exploration of one’s body, sexuality, and gender that comes along with growing up and identifying oneself. Her intention is to empower others and create an accepting space for queer kids that grow up in small towns and rural areas. Each individual in this series is dependent on another for support and understanding of their ever-changing identities. This is a visual representation of today’s American youth.
Peyton Fulford (b.1994) is a photographer based in Atlanta, Georgia. She received a BFA with Honors in Photography at Columbus State University in 2017. With an emphasis on narrative portraiture, her work focuses on youth subcultures in the southern region of the United States. Her photographs have been shown world-wide in solo and group exhibitions including Labs New Artists II at Red Hook Labs and Photo London at Somerset House. She has been featured on DAZED, LensCulture, The British Journal of Photography, VICE, and Vogue. Recently, Magnum Photos selected her as a finalist of the Inge Morath Award.