My name is Erin O'Flynn and I am a photographer and photo editor based in New York City. I received my BA in Visual Arts (Photography Concentration) and Urban Studies from Fordham University in Feb. 2018. Through my career as a photo editor, I get to be immersed in the world of photography and broaden/deepen my interest in it. Currently, I am a Photo Editor for New York Magazine.

    My own photographs challenge traditional dichotomies, dissolving distinctions between the natural/manmade, decayed/developed, and virtual/physical in our environment. I aim to break down these differences through the image’s content and, often, the image’s collapsing of space itself. Throughout my creative practice, I have explored how to dissolve the common juxtapositions imposed onto human beings’ environments.

Hecatombe Magazine, 2019, co-created 
Sugar House, 2018/2019, self-published zine
Saint Lucy, One Picture/One Paragaph
Fordham University, Documentary Photography: Italy 2016

The Canvas Bowery, Anywhere But Here, New York, NY, 2021
Greenpoint Gallery, People’s Choice Salon, Brooklyn, NY, 2019
The Living Gallery, Sacrifice with Zest, Brooklyn, NY, 2019
Black Box Gallery, Camera Work: Landscape and Architecture, Portland, OR, 2018
Lipani Gallery, 100 Alumini, New York, NY, 2018
Ildiko Butler Gallery, A Nice Square Shape, New York, NY, 2018 

Professional Experience 
Photo Editor, New York Magazine, New York, NY, 2019-Present
Photo Editor Intern, Time Magazine, New York, NY, 2018
Archives Intern, Magnum Photos, New York, NY, 2017
Gallery Intern, Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York, NY, 2016



Cargo Collective 2017 — Frogtown, Los Angeles