Trey Burns was born in Goldsboro, NC in 1984, and grew up in Georgia, where he attended the Savannah College of Art & Design and received an MFA in 2008. Trey currently resides with his wife in Dallas, TX where they co-organize Sweet Pass Sculpture Park and a new media exhibition space, SP2. As a serial collaborator, his work ranges from a collective photography archive WESSELCASTLE (2012-2016) to the speculative meta-fiction project NGHBRS (2013-ongoing). Primarily a lens-based artist, Burns also explores book-making, installation, video and sound. His work has been shown at the Ecole Nationale d’Architecture Paris, Malaquais Gallery (Paris, France) Pavillion Vendôme (Clichy-la-Garenne, France), the St. Paul’s Cultural Center (Chicago, IL), Wassaic Projects (Wassaic, NY), Trestle Gallery (Brooklyn, NY), and solo exhibitions at The May Gallery (New Orleans, LA), The Hand (Queens, NY) and et al Projects (Brooklyn, NY).