Brandon Jacob Hudson is a Texas-based artist who turns photography into a hybrid genre using a wide range of mixed media and post-processes. Intrigued by undefined imagery, he pushes his investigations into new bodies of work, which range from altering found photos of extinct or endangered animals, close-up images of LCD screens, abstract ceramic-photo collages and microscopic chemicals juxtaposed with archived photographs. Somewhere in all of these, the tension between technology and nature is explored as the notion of time underlies each process.
Hudson earned his BFA from Texas Christian University and MFA from Savannah College of Art and Design. He has exhibited his work nationally over the past decade and a half and has work in numerous private collections. Currently he oversees the studios at Texas A&M University-Commerce as the Art Facilities Coordinator and teaches Photography and Drawing as an adjunct professor.
Born in Memphis, TN and raised in rural Northeast Texas. After residing in New York, NY and Los Angeles, CA for 12 years, he now lives and works in Commerce, Texas.
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