Nate Lerner Nate Lerner


Nate Lerner (b.1982, Cambridge, MA) studied photography with Marion Belanger at Wesleyan University (MALS, 2017). Based in New Haven, CT, he is interested in place, culture, and time as reflected through natural and built environments – the spaces/ideas we create and the ways that we inhabit or abandon them. His work concerns the magic and trauma of being in the world, and the formal relationships that emerge when examining that experience with cameras. 

Trained as a composer in the conservatory tradition of western art music, he is particularly interested in how form and sequence shape content and inform responses. His work can be found in the Flatfile at Artspace New Haven, the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library at Yale University, in numerous private collections, and has been featured on the websites Ain't-Bad and Connecticut Art Review.

Say hello at lerner(dot)nate(at)gmail(dot)com.