Pete Brook is a freelance writer and curator interested in social justice. He writes and edits PrisonPhotography.com, a website that analyzes imagery produced within and about the American prison industrial complex. Brook has lectured internationally, taught art in prisons, volunteered with Books to Prisoners, and served as a University Beyond Bars board member. He has curated multiple shows, including Non Sufficient Funds, Vermillion, Seattle (2011); Cruel and Unusual, Noorderlicht, Groningen, Netherlands (2012); The Depository of Unwanted Photographs, Photoville, New York (2013); Seen but Not Heard, Kulturni centar Beograda, Belgrade, Serbia (2013); and Prison Obscura, Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford, Pennsylvania (2014). Prison Photography has been recognized as one of the best photography blogs by LIFE.com, The British Journal of Photography, and The Daily Beast. Brook’s activities have been featured in The New York Times, The British Journal of Photography, Kickstarter, Feature Shoot, and dvafoto. He writes regularly for Raw File, the Wired photography blog. Brook lives in Portland, Oregon.