George P. Perez is an artist that creates photographic works through impractical techniques such as long exposure, digital screen shot appropriation, and/or scanography. Perez’s work is based on banal, mundane or quotidian environments he interacts with on a day-to-day basis and/or his interpretation of present day society, either in real life or the digital realm, exploring the history of portraiture along side. Images are documented and manipulated to alter the meaning into another perception of a particular common narrative. Perez received a BFA (Cum Laude) in 2014 from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Currently Perez is exploring the mundane to find new forms in viewing contemporary photography. In January 2018 he completed a residency at the Denver Children’s Museum, where he created a collaborative art piece for the museums permanent collection. In the last four years he's shown out of state, up and down the Front Range, been an invited speaker for CCI, and has participated as a lead artist for outreach teen programs for REDLINE, Platteforum, and The MCA in the Denver area.