American Photographer (b. 1990)
Beau Simmons is an American photographer who specializes in medium and large format film photography. Initially making his name in celebrity fashion photography, working with clients including Marc Jacobs, 7 For All Mankind, Guess Jeans, and Converse, his focus soon shifted.
Finding inspiration in the quiet authenticity of the Western lifestyle, Beau developed a passion for capturing forgotten ways of life. His desire to elevate Americana storytelling results in a style heavily focused on preserving a snapshot in time and recording lost or overlooked moments. Beau is often times found on horseback or in the field working alongside some of the biggest cattle ranches in the country in between documenting the modern day cowboy. His latest project highlights 21st-century combat veterans, culminating in a thorough and compassionate documentation captured in his book The Twenty-Year War. Beau's works are represented by multiple art galleries located in Los Angeles, Santa Fe, and Dallas, including his latest exhibition The Twenty-Year War: Our Next Greatest Generation featured at the National Veterans Memorial and Museum in Columbus. The body of work presented below is just a highlight of some of his recent projects.
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