Patrick O’Hare is a photographer and filmmaker exploring the modern landscape, its underlying strata and the states of minds evoked by our various environments. He studied film history and literature at SUNY Binghamton and photography at Empire State College. His photographs have been exhibited at MoMA PS1, Parsons School of Design and the Rhode Island School of Design. His photographs and book, “Slipstream” are included in various collections including The New York Public Library, MoMA Library, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art Research Library, and the Samuel Dorsky Museum. Publications include The New York Times, Harper's Magazine, Camera Austria, The online magazine, Fraction, and The Village Voice. He has screened his films at UnionDocs in Brooklyn, New York, The Unseen Film Festival, Denver and The City Reliquary, Brooklyn. His first monograph, "Evanescent Cities" was published by Daylight Books in November, 2020 with essays by Tim Davis and Darran Anderson. It is included in the libraries of Princeton University, Harvard University, Duke University and Texas A&M, among others.