In his endless study of the phenomena of perception, Piotr Redlinski has explored many different frontiers. Consistently uniting his work is a sense of estrangement, a condition that calls for a bold and resolute response to the fact that being a human is often a mysterious, lonely, yet joyous condition. PIOTR REDLINSKI was born in 1972 in Warsaw, Poland. He moved to New York City in 1987 where he currently resides. After graduating with a B.A. in ARCHITECTURE from COOPER UNION, a unique New York art school renowned for its synthesis of science and art, Redlinski pursued his growing interest in multiculturalism by moving to Asia. There he taught at the SCHOOL FOR ARCHITECTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES in Bombay. Since his return to New York City, Redlinski has worked primarily as a photographer and a journalist. His work is widely published in THE NEW YORK TIMES where he most frequently contributes to the travel and Metropolitan sections. Redlinski’s work spans a variety of categories from portraiture and architecture to fine arts and reportage. His work has led him into the film industry where upon meeting Janusz Kaminski, a two time Oscar winning cinematographer, he worked as a photographer on feature film productions. His cinematic eye combined with a photojournalistic sensitivity has carved him a niche in the commercial photography industry as well where he seeks quirky yet realistically styled images that tell unconventional and surprising stories. Redlinski is the recipient of several awards including Nikon’s HEART OF THE IMAGE AWARD, the INNOVATIVE THEATRE AWARD, and the SOCIETY OF AMERICAN TRAVEL WRITER’S AWARD.