Evan James Atwood  

is a queer Indigenous filmmaker and photographer who grew up in northwestern town of Farmington, New Mexico. As a artist, he advocates for more diversity and focuses on amplifying marginalized voices. His first short film, Hollow Veins (2015) being filmed in Abiquiú, NM focuses on mental health issues and contrast with pharmacy drugs.  

The work expresses a fascination of visualizing internal emotions. Using color, surrealism, and symbolism to express human vulnerability, communication, and beauty. As well as the relationship we are constantly building with ourselves, changing as time passes us by. 

Located in Portland, OR. 

Will Travel. 

all enquiries:

evanjamesatwood@gmail.com



EXHIBITIONS & PUBLICATIONS


  • OBP, Jared Mees's "Blue Angels" Music Video, Director
  • iGNANT, "A Portrait of the Navajo Reservation, Photo Essay 2016
  • 20 under 20” – Milk Studios, New York, New York, 2014
  • Vogue.it, 2014
  • Paragraph Shorts, Online Magazine 2014-2015

EDUCATION


Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona   

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, May 2015

Major in Marketing, Minor in Photography

Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, England

Studied through an International Exchange program, 2013 – 2014

International Management & Marketing

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