Zachary McCauley's (b.1988 Anniston, Alabama) work primarily explores ideas of identity, family, ritual, and interpretation through photography, video, audio, and performance. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from Jacksonville State University in 2011.
Zachary’s work has been exhibited nationally at venues including the Vermont Center for Photography, the Morris Museum of Art in Savannah Georgia, and the Masur Museum of Art in Monroe Louisiana. His work has also been published in magazines such as Aint-Bad Magazine and PDNedu. Most recently Zachary was honored to receive the grand prize in the Fine Art/Personal Work category in the 12th annual PDNedu Student Photography Competition.
Zachary and his wife Hannah live and teach in Ruston, Louisiana as they both pursue a Master of Fine Arts in Photography at Louisiana Tech University.