Rashod Taylor is a fine art and portrait photographer whose work addresses themes of family, intimacy, legacy, and the black experience. He attended Murray State University and received a Bachelor's degree in Art with a specialization in Fine Art Photography. Since then, he has exhibited and published his work across the United States and internationally. His work is actively collected by the Museum of Fine Arts Houston for his series Little Black Boy. Rashod is the 2021 recipient of the Arnold Newman Prize For New Directions in Photographic Portraiture

Taylor has taught numerous workshops at Anderson Ranch ArtCenter and other venues around the country. He has been invited to present lectures at Stanford University, GeorgeWashington University, Savannah College of Art and Design, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Maine Media Workshop + College, Los Angeles Center of Photography, among other venues.

Editorial clients include National Geographic, Essence Magazine, ProPublica and Buzzfeed News. His work has been featured in CNNThe Atlantic, The New Yorker, The Guardian, Hulu, ForbesFeature Shoot and Lenscratch among others. He is currently working on a series called Little Black Boy, where he documents his son’s life while examining the Black American experience and fatherhood. He lives in Springfield, MO with his wife and son.

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Portrait by: Trey L. Broomfield

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