The son of an Ecuadorian mother and her Tennessee stud, Michael Clinard is a conceptual photographer from the era of 8-bit Nintendo and unsupervised bottle rocket wars.
Clinard's offbeat and whimsically-infused photographic style is informed by degrees in art and art history and an interest in science, philosophy and theory.
Michael tinkers and keeps sketchbooks in a home outside Seattle that he shares with his wife and their three children.
He is represented by Michelle Bablitz of Saint Lucy Represents.
Represented by Michelle Bablitz - SAINT LUCY Represents917-426-2456
Contact the artist:
Select client list: AARP the Magazine, Adweek, Amazon, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Bloomberg Businessweek, Brooks Running Shoes, Dollar Shave Club, Esquire, Fast Company, Fortune, Marriott, Master Builder's Association, Merrick Towle Communications, Microsoft, Mitsubishi Electronics, National Public Radio, Random House, Reader's Digest, Ronald McDonald House, Scientific American, Seattle Met, Sound Transit, Sports Illustrated, Square Tomato, The Guardian, University of Washington, Tableau Software, Women's Wear Daily, Zillow.
Recognition, Awards and Shows:
American Photography 33, 2017 - A Fortune 500 Cover made of wires for Fortune Magazine
Emerging, Annenberg Space for Photography, 2015
American Photography 31, 2015 - Detroit Bar Culture for Esquire Magazine
New Cats in Art Photography, Humble Arts Foundation, 2014
Exhibition001 (Transcend), Acid Rain Production, 2014
Addy 2012, "Can't Look Away: The Lure of Horror"
Magenta Foundation, 2011
Phoot Camp, 2011
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