Tyler W. Green (b. 1985) is a photo-based artist whose work reflects his interest in the relationship between humanity and the natural world. By confronting the value of progress and challenging the perspective that humankind is separate from nature, his photographs explore themes concerning social and ecological equity while raising concerns about environmental degradation and the inherent value of natural places.
Green completed an Associate of Applied Science in Audio Production at the Art Institute of Seattle. He worked as an assignment photographer for the Albuquerque Journal and staff photographer for the Artesia Daily Press in New Mexico where he received multiple awards from the NPPA, Associated Press and New Mexico Press Association.
Green’s photographs have been exhibited in both solo and group exhibitions at venues including Blue Sky Gallery in Portland, OR, the Art Center in Corvallis, OR and the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, NM. His photographs are held by the Portland Regional Arts & Culture Council in Portland, OR and other private collections.
He currently resides in Albuquerque, NM after relocating to his home state from Portland, OR in 2022.