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Jessica Lutz


Native Texan Jessica Lutz was drawn back to the vast horizons and desolate spaces of west texas after 13 years in New York City. Lutz’s earlier abstract photographic work, inspired by nature, was shown at the United Nations and in numerous NYC shows. as a fundraiser for National Geographic, she was inspired by the photographic community to shoot images in a more documentary style. Shortly before leaving New York she produced the "Bound by Faith" series.  Borders, both physical and abstract, are a reoccurring theme in her work. Now nesting in Marfa Texas, she documents life in the Chihuahuan Desert on both sides of the border. Her work can be seen in New York Times, Black & White Magazine, and Texas Monthly among other publications. Her great-grandmother, grandmother, and father all hail from Oklahoma.