Brian Cormack is a photographer living in Little Rock, Arkansas. His work has appeared in galleries across the state of Arkansas and has been published in several newspapers and books. His photographs have also been used by agencies ranging from the Little Rock Film Festival to the National Park Service.
AWARDS AND EXHIBITIONS:
2017, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2006: Photograph in Small Works on Paper, a statewide traveling exhibition sponsored by the Department of Arkansas Heritage.
2014: First place in the "This Is Arkansas" photography competition at the Arkansas State Fair.
2014: Honorable Mention in the Landscape Category of the 3rd Annual Photography Competition at the Fine Arts Center of Hot Springs.
2014: Two photographs used by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
2012: Photograph used by the National Park Service for a publication on Native Americans during the Civil War.
2010: Exhibition at the Historic Arkansas Museum, Little Rock.
2010: Three photos, including one on the back cover, included in a new edition of the coffee table book Little Rock, from the Arkansas Business Publishing Group.
2010: Photograph used by the National Park Service as part of an educational sign along the Lost Valley Trail at the Buffalo National River.
2009: Photographs used for the program and posters of the Little Rock Film Festival.
2009: Photographs included as part of “We Walk In Two Worlds,” a permanent exhibit at the Historic Arkansas Museum, Little Rock.
2008: Three photographs, including one awarded as the “People’s Choice,” in Capture Arkansas, published by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
2007: Two photographs used in the coffee table book Little Rock, from the Arkansas Business Publishing Group.
2003: Photographs on display at the Arkansas Artists Gallery, Little Rock.
2000: Finalist in the 20th Annual College Photography Contest, sponsored by Nikon and Photographer's Forum. Work published in the 2000 Best of College Photography Annual.