Curtice Taylor has been a photographer and educator since the early 1980s.
His editorial photographs have appeared in every major shelter magazine in the US and UK, as well as in many books. His book Rescuing Eden, published in 2015, was favorably reviewed by The New York Times. His next garden book, Sleepy Cat Farm: A Gardener’s Journey, was published by Monacelli Press in the fall of 2021. Taylor has won awards and been in the annuals of Communication Arts, Popular Photography, American Photography, Society of Illustrators, Art Direction Magazine, National Calendar Award, etc.
Taylor has taught at SUNY Purchase, Maine Media Workshop, and recently retired after thirty years as a faculty member at the School of Visual Arts. He has lectured at George Eastman Museum, Rochester, New York, and the Museum of Modern Art, New York City.
He has written for Interview, Rolling Stone, Village Voice, Modern Photography, and House and Garden.
He has had one-man shows at the Bruce Museum, Greenwich, Connecticut; New York Horticultural Society, New York City; and OK Harris Gallery, New York City. Taylor has been in group shows at Performance Space, New York City; Lucky Street Gallery, Key West, Florida; and the Leslie-Lohman Museum, New York City.
His images and artwork have appeared on covers for Knopf, Random House, Viking Penguin, Harper Collins, and Crown Publishers. Artwork by Taylor has also appeared on albums and CDs for Atlantic Records, Arista, Epic, Columbia, and RCA.