Zack Dimen grew up in Santa Barbara, California and moved to New York City in 2011 to pursue a career in photography. Intrigued by the process of shooting film, he enrolled at the International Center of Photography to learn more. He ended up working and living with the Coney Island Freak Show, photographing performances using his mom's old Canon. Zack eventually moved on from the freak show and began photographing his travels: Morocco, Cuba, and most recently a 12,000-mile cross-country road trip. After returning from the road trip, Zack opened his own darkroom which he currently operates as one of the few private darkrooms in New York City. You can find him at Artists & Fleas Williamsburg every weekend, where he runs a permanent booth selling his darkroom prints and screen-printed crop tops.
Zack Dimen currently has a solo show in the Chelsea Market Corridor titled "Holding Things; Going Places" which is a collection of 25 images. Click here for more information.