Zachary Francois (born in Naperville Illinois, 1999) Is a photographer and artist based in Atlanta. Using photography as a form of self-actualization and critical thinking, as a means to explore topics of existence and how we consume and produce images and the effects they have within our culture.
Zachary has exhibited work around Atlanta at Dalton Gallery at Agnes Scott college, and a solo show at Hapeville depot museum and has photographed covers for Mainline zine, as well as Always In a Funk
All things colorful
Images and color have gone hand in hand since the very birth of fine art photography. This project is at the intersection of how colors are used to feel emotions and how photography captures the intimacy of one another and how we interact without knowing the subjects personally.
To view more of Zachary Francois’s work please visit their website.