Edd Carr is an independent artist and researcher from the North York Moors National Park. His work deals with the ecological crisis, and our material relationship to the nonhuman world. He adapts traditional analogue processes into animation - as well as innovating new animation techniques. His work has been exhibited worldwide, including New York, Holland, Australia, and the UK.
He is also the leader of the Northern Sustainable Darkroom, and has authored two papers on the subject of ecology and photography - The Ecology of Grain, and Stare into the Caffenol to Reveal Your Future. In addition, he is a coordinator of Screw Gallery in Leeds, and Animated Ecologies - an international ecological film programme.