LINDSAY  MORRIS / @lindsaymorrisphoto
Born: Detroit, MI, 1966
Resides: Sag Harbor, NY

BFA, University of Michigan School of Art 1988-1990
The School for International Training, Nairobi, Kenya 1989
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, 1985-1987
Rotary International, post-graduate studies, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1984-1985

Staff Photographer, The Watermill Center, Artistic Director, Robert Wilson, Watermill, NY
Freelance Photographer and regular contributor to the New York Times
Photo Editor, Edible Magazines, Long Island, NY
President of the Board of Directors, Gay Sons & Mothers, a nonprofit with a focus on education and community outreach

Eltern Family, Germany, “How Beautiful You Are, Just As You Are,” 2024
The New York Times (National) "Soldier Who Exposed Torture in Iraq Is Buried at Arlington," 2023
The New York Times Magazine, “Ian Fishback’s American Nightmare,” 2023
Suddeutsche Zeitung, "Goal: Survive," Munich, Germany, February 2023
Tages Anzeiger, "When School Children Practice Killing Sprees," Switzerland, 2023
Eltern Family, Germany, “Mein Sohn, die Prinzessin,” January 2023
El Pais, Spain, "Attack Simulation at School," August 2022
Society Paris, “This Is Just An Exercise,” August 2022
El Pais, Spain, “Attack Simulation at School,” August 2022
The New York Times Magazine, “Hell Drill – How Do You Prepare for a School Shooting?” 2022
GEO Germany, “The Kids of Camp I Am,” 2022
Marie Claire Taiwan, “Camp I Am,” 2021
Corriere della Sera Sette Magazine, Italy, “Here, We Are What We Are,” 2021
Amnesty International’s Wordt Vervolgd Magazine, Holland, 2021
The New York Times Magazine (cover), “The Kids of Camp I Am,” 2021
Marie Claire International, “A Small Taste of Freedom – Teens in a Pandemic,” 2021
National Wildlife Magazine, “Horticulture Therapy on Riker's Island,” 2021
Reuters, “In NY A Diverse New Group Works the Soil,” 2019
The Trans Generation, How Trans Kids (and Their Parents) are Creating a Gender Revolution by Ann Travers, NYU Press (Book Cover), 2019
Vanity Fair Italia, “A Life in Pink”, 2018
New York Magazine, “How to Raise A Boy,” 2018
Scientific American, “When Sex and Gender Collide,” 2017
KEK Mama, Holland, “I Am I”, 2017
NY Times Album, “Trained to Face Trauma -Volunteer EMS in a Small Long Island Town,” 2016
The Gender Creative Child: Pathways for Nurturing and Supporting Children Who Live Outside Gender Boxes, by Diane Ehrensaft, Book Cover, 2016
Marie Claire Australia, 2016
TIME Magazine + TIME LightBox, The Culture, 2015
World Photography Organization, Interview with Matthew Oxley, “Faces to Reckon With,” Visura, 2015
Spiegel, “You Are You,” Hamburg, Germany, 2015
PDN, Photo of the Day, 2015
BBC NEWS, “You Are You,” book profile, 2015
The Week, “The Hort at Rikers,” 2015
Days Japan, “You Are You,” 2014
GEO International, “Girl? Boy? I Am I,” 2014
GEO Germany, “Girl? Boy? I Am I,” 2013
PDN, “Breaking Free of a Gender Box,” David Walker, 2013
Politiken/Foto (Denmark), “Boys In Tulle and Lip Gloss,” 2013
Slate/Behold, Featured photographer, David Rosenberg, 2013, “Boys Who Like Pink Have Their Own Camp,” Susan Donaldson James
Elle France, “Boys Who See Life in Pink,” 2013
Marie Claire France, “Can a Boy Wear a Dress?” 2012
Internazionale, Italy, “Today I Dress Like a Girl,” 2012
Haaretz, Israel, “You Are You,” 2012
Sunday Life Australia, “You Are You” (cover story), 2012
The New York Times Magazine, “What’s Wrong With A Boy Who Wears A Dress?” (cover story), 2012

The Church, Sag Harbor, NY, RE:CYCLE – The Ubiquitous Bicycle, Curators: Mark Lubell, Jennifer Tripp, October 2023
Prix de la Photographie Paris, "State of the World," Galerie 24b, Paris, France, Nov 2023
The Leiber Collection, East Hampton, NY, Garden of Friends, 2023
Newport Art Museum, Recent Acquisitions to the Permanent Collection, 2022
Vogue Italia, Milan, Italy, Photo Vogue Festival Projections, 2021
Parrish Art Museum, Watermill, NY, E Pluribus One, September 2021
Arts Center at Duck Creek, East Hampton, NY, Meet Your Neighbor, Solo Show, 2020
Guild Hall Museum, A Small Taste of Freedom, Teens In A Time of Covid, Solo Show, 2020
International Center of Photography, NYC, #ICPConcerned, Global Images For Global Crisis, 2020
Newport Art Museum, Newport, RI, Forever Young: Representations of Childhood +
Adolescence, Curator: Francine Weiss, 2019
Parrish Art Museum, Watermill, NY, Shaping Identity, from the permanent collection, 2019
Southampton Arts Center, Southampton, NY, East End Collected, Curator: Paton Miller, 2018
Folio Gallery, Photographers On The East End, East Hampton, NY, Curator: Ned Smyth, 2017
Parrish Art Museum, Watermill, NY, Perspectives, 2016
Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Sun Valley Idaho, Role Play, 2016
Fotofest, I Am A Camera, Curator: Steven Evans, 2015
Clamp Art, New York, You Are You, Solo Show, 2015
Hamburg Triennial, Container City w/ Photoville, Brooklyn. Germany, 2015
Rayko Photo Center, San Francisco, You Are You, Solo Show, Curator: Ann Jastrab, 2015
Outono Fotografico Festival, Galiza, Spain, You Are You, Solo Show, 2014
Photoville, Brooklyn, NY, United Photo Industries, 2014
The Fence, Brooklyn, NY and Atlanta, GA, 2014
Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO, You Are You, Solo Show, 2014
Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago, IL, Ctrl+P, Solo Show, 2013
Look3, Shots + Works Exhibition, Curator: Melissa Harris/Aperture, 2013
San Diego Art Institute, The Art of Photography Show, Juror: Julian Cox, 2012

Watermill Center, Artist-in-Residence, Water Mill, NY, March 2024
TEDWomen, Atlanta, GA, Selected Speaker, The Kids of Camp I Am, October 2023
NYFA JGS Photography Fellowship Recipient, Sept 2023
Prix de la Photographie Paris, "State of the World" Exhibition Winner, Paris, France, Nov 2023
World Press Photo Finalist, “Hell Drill,” New York Times Magazine, 2023
NYFA New York Foundation for the Arts Artist Fellowship, Finalist in photography, 2022
Budapest International Foto Awards, Gold Portfolio Award, Bronze Editorial Award, 2021
PhMuseum, Shortlist, 2021 Women Photographers Grant, 2021
Guild Hall Museum Artist in Residence (NEA supported), 2020
NYFA New York Foundation for the Arts, Grant Recipient, 2020
New York City Big Book Award, You Are You, 2018
Critical Mass, Finalist, 2018
UNICEF, Photo of the Year, Invitation, Finalist, 2016
San Francisco Int’l Photo Exhibition, Gallery Photographica, Gold Award, 2014
Julia Margaret Cameron Award Nominee, Ricchina’s Wedding, 2013
Critical Mass, Finalist, 2013

FILM / Producer of documentary short, Mom, I Have Something to Tell You (release date 2024)
FILM / Producer of the BBC documentary, My Transgender Summer Camp, 2016

THE CHURCH, Sag Harbor, NY, Susan Meiselas in Dialogue with Lindsay Morris, December 2023
TEDWomen Morris spoke as a camp mother, a photojournalist, and LGBTQ+ advocate, describing her decade-long photo essay “The Kids of Camp I Am,” October 2023

Lindsay Morris

Lindsay Morris is a photographer and co-producer of the 2016 BBC documentary, My Transgender Summer Camp. She's best known for documenting events in her personal life and surrounding communities.
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