Andrew Zuckerman is an artist based in New York City. His practice addresses our relationship to the natural world through photographic and film-based works largely focused on living specimens. Establishing precise scale relationships within a framework of decontextualization, organizational systems, and technical acumen, Zuckerman’s hyper-real images create unique correlation points between the viewer and subject. His projects include award-winning films, internationally published books, and global traveling exhibitions. His pieces have been acquired by major institutions and private collectors.
Check out Zuckerman’s body of work created for "An Audacious Plan in the Twilight," an immersive story from the Academy’s multimedia magazine bioGraphic. Focused largely on living specimens and the process of photographing creatures from the deep, his captivating images showcase the beautiful and surprising characteristics of the twilight zone’s unique marine life. See Zuckerman’s images up close as part of the Twilight Zone: Deep Reefs Revealed aquarium exhibit during your next visit to the Academy.