Pete Brook is a freelance writer and curator interested in social justice. He writes and edits Prison Photography, a website that analyzes imagery produced within, and about, the American prison industrial complex. Pete has lectured internationally, taught art in prisons, volunteered with Books To Prisoners, served as a University Beyond Bars board member. He has curated multiple shows, including Non Sufficient Funds, Vermillion Gallery, Seattle, WA (Apr 2010); Cruel and Unusual, Noorderlicht Gallery, Holland (Feb-Apr 2012); The Depository Of Unwanted Photographs, Photoville, New York (Sept. 2013); and Seen But Not Heard, Kulturni Centar Belgrada, Belgrade, Serbia (Dec, 2013); and Prison Obscura, Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford, PA (Jan-Mar 2014). His writing has appeared in Aperture Magazine, The Oregonian, Huffington Post among others. Prison Photography has been recognized as one of the best photography blogs by LIFE.com, The British Journal of Photography, and The Daily Beast. His activities have been featured by Carville Annex, The New York Times, The British Journal of Photography, Featureshoot, and DVAFOTO. He writes regularly about photography for WIRED.