Originally from Boston, MA, Carter Howe is a professional photographer and art director based in Los Angeles, CA. His work is self-described as an escape to moments of naturally choreographed light, color, and lines in often overlooked places. He uses color, shadows, and geometry as an escape from ableism and societal rules and pressures surrounding gender and queerness. He cites Frank Stella, Matthieu Venot, Christine and the Queens, Samuel Burgess-Johnson and Anderson .Paak as integral influences on his work.
Among the array of musicians he’s collaborated with, Carter has worked with organizations ranging from Interscope Records to The Governor’s Ball. His work has been featured in Billboard Magazine, Complex Magazine, Milk Magazine, and Flaunt Magazine.