James Hunt’s photography explores the interdependent and often conflicted relationship between human activity and the natural environment. He is currently engaged in a long term multi-media project on the industrial revolution in the Blackstone Valley region of Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
His photography has been shown in solo exhibitions at the Jewish Community Center of Worcester, Sorenson Center for the Arts at Babson College and the Westborough (Massachusetts) Public Library. In 2018 he was chosen in a juried competition of ArtsWorcester to present an exhibition of his work, "under the Highway: Blackstone River Landscapes" at the Gallery in the Square at the Hanover Theater in Worcester, Massachusetts.
His work has also been exhibited at the Brush Gallery in Lowell, Massachusetts, Rockport Art Association and the Griffin Museum of Photography. He has been chosen for juried exhibitions at the Northern Valley Art League (California) and twice at Photoplace Gallery (Vermont) Images from his portfolio, In October 2017 nine of his works were selected in by a jury for presentation at the Small Stones Gallery in Grafton, Massachusetts.
His portfolio, “Constructing Quabbin,” was published in the June 2015 edition of Black and White Magazine and the portfolio “Lost in the Water” in the June 2017 edition of Black and White.
James is a graduate of the Professional Photography Program at the Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University and has also studied at the International Center of Photography, Maine Media College and the Griffin Museum of Photography. He received his doctorate from Boston University and is currently is associate professor of management at Babson College where he teaches entrepreneurship and organizational behavior and studies creativity. His studio is in Westborough, MA. He lives in Grafton with his wife, Chris and poodle, Teddy.