Steven Phillip Harris is a New York based artist living in Brooklyn. He holds an MFA in Studio Art and is currently teaching photography at Queens College. The surrealist relationship to camera-less photographs became a focus for Harris as he experimented with the chemical process and materiality of the black & white photographic medium. This work plays with modes of perception in an unexpected spontaneous style by bending the traditional rules working with a light sensitive chemical process. Harris has exhibited at Mana Contemporary gallery in NJ, Sideshow gallery in Brooklyn, and in the New York State Museum in Albany, NY, SUNY Empire State College in NYC, and at Queens College/CUNY, Flushing, NY. Clients include work produced for the artist Marina Abramovic, video projects for the Sculpture’s Guild, and images produced for Sean Kelly NY artist books and exhibitions at Whitney Museum of American Art. Harris continues to explore, exhibit, teach and pursue the limits of the photographic process.