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. Currently, I am an Associate Photo Editor for New York Magazine.

    My work investigates the confusing experience of differentiating the natural from the unnatural in cultural and historical sites. Classic documentary landscape photography has been built on the presupposition of a dichotomy between man and nature. Photographers such as Frank Gohlke see nature as the ultimate conquering force of human beings; Robert Adams has commented on the beauty of nature and man’s intrusion into it. In contrast, my own photographs explore a more complicated relationship in which the man-made and the natural often excho each other. 

Published Work 
Saint Lucy, One Picture/One Paragaph
Fordham University, Documentary Photography: Italy 2016

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
Associate 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