Serge earned his MFA in photography with distinctions from the University of Arizona and a BFA in sociology from Vassar College.
He has exhibited his photography at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Galerie Friedrichshain (Berlin), The Phoenix Museum of Art, The Tucson Museum of Art, Schroeder Romero Gallery (NYC), and The Leica Gallery (NYC and Tokyo) among many other national and international solo and group exhibitions.
In 2020 Serge was a Critical Mass finalist. In the same year he was also selected to participate in the Arizona Biennial at The Tucson Museum of Art. In 2015 his book “The Fire In The Freezer,” won Special Recognition from the Dorothea Lange/Paul Taylor Prize out of Duke University’s Center for Documentary Studies.
Serge’s magazine photography has been featured in The New York Times Magazine, Life, ESPN The Magazine, Marie Claire, Stern, and The London Sunday Times Magazine among others.
Serge’s writing on photography has been published in PDN and LensCulture. He has also taught at the International Center of Photography (NYC), the University of Arizona, Tohono O’odham Community College, and Pima Community College.
He currently lives in Tucson, Arizona (United States) and spends much of his time making street photographs deep in the desert wilderness.