Jonathan Peterson studied photography at Louisiana State University and Texas A&M- Commerce, graduating from LSU with a bachelor's in art.  He returned to LSU in 2021 where he completed an interdisciplinary master's degree in 2023.  His research involved behavior analysis, creativity, and the liberal arts educational ethos. 
He is currently in the third year of a photographic project exploring the linkages between memory, mythology, and environment through the landscape and place of south Louisiana. 
His exhibition at Yes We Cannibal in Baton Rouge entitled, "Meanwhile, in the space between" explored the emotional landscape of death, family, place, and the relationships that connect us to the past.
He is based in South Louisiana and is available for editorial and commercial work.

Taft Museum of Art
Louisiana Illuminator
Beachbum Berry's Latitude 29
Country Roads Magazine
YWC: Emptiness Ecologies exhibition catalogue
225 Magazine

2023, Meanwhile, in the space between
Yes We cannibal, Baton Rouge, LA

2023, Le Salon Des Bon Enfants,
Good Children Gallery, New Orleans, LA

2023, Capitol Offense,
Good Children Gallery, New Orleans, LA

2010, Old Stomping Grounds and New Frontiers,
Bricks and Bombs, Baton Rouge, LA

2010, Cryptozoology, Wearable Art Show,
Shaw Center for the Arts, Baton Rouge, LA

2008, Deck the Halls,
Arts Council Gallery, Baton Rouge, LA

2007, Forum 35's Art Melt,
Glasell Gallery at the Shaw Center for the Arts, Baton Rouge, LA

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