Ian Campo is a Guatemalan-born photographer currently based in New York City.
Campo’s love for photography grew out of his realization of the medium’s storytelling abilities. His niche is in architectural photography. More specifically, he focuses on Brutalism and specializes in black-and-white photography of the concrete structures that define the style.
An avid traveler, Campo used his first-ever trip to London as an excuse to capture some of the city’s most famous Brutalist buildings, such as the National Theatre and the Barbican Complex. The outcome of that trip, his "[brutal london]" series, was a finalist in the 2018 AFAR Travel Photography Awards.
Campo continues to use photography as a means to see the world and is looking forward to discovering where it will take him next. His latest projects include his [soumaya in drag] series. The series features the Soumaya Museum in Mexico City and is an exploration of architectural identity.