Andrew Beckham is a lot of things, but I would consider him a visual poet, using language both written and visual to construct nuanced work that is compelling, fragile, and poignant.  He is the Joseph Cornell of the photo world, combining photographic memory with objects imbued with ideas and meaning.


                                                                                                         -Aline Smithson, Lenscratch


My project As in a Mirror Dimly was featured in Lenscratch, a blogzine that’s considered one of the top ten worth looking at by You can see the article here.

Recent Press:

Denver Post, A New Take on an Ancient Story, 12/16/12

LA Times / Holiday Gift Guide, 12/2/12

Colorado Matters, Colorado Public Radio, interview about The Lost Christmas Gift with Andrea Dukakis, 11/28/12

Pasatiempo, Santa Fe’s Arts and Culture Magazine, Tricky St. Nick: Andrew Beckham’s The Lost Christmas Gift, 11/23/12

Firmament: Photographs by Andrew Beckham                                 Taylor Art Museum, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, August 24 - December 1, 2013

Firmament, my new book from GFT Publishing, is now available! Click here to learn more about the book on my publisher’s website.

The Lost Christmas Gift sold out in 2012, but the second printing has arrived! On bookstore shelves now, the book that made the LA Times’ Holiday Gift Guide is available from booksellers nationwide.

Goodwin Fine Art

I’m so pleased to be working with Goodwin Fine Art in Denver, Colorado, where you can now find my photographic works represented, along with the work of a really stellar stable of artists.

Red Contemporary

Original art and prints from The Lost Christmas Gift will be carried at Red Contemporary in Steamboat Springs, with an exhibition scheduled for this holiday season. This is a great fit for the work, as the tale of TLCG is set in Steamboat Springs, and Red Contemporary is Steamboat’s premiere gallery, specializing in contemporary art in a variety of mediums.

Firmament is making its Denver debut at Goodwin Fine Art, with a selection of photographs from the book on view, in tandem with the incredible work of Gayle Crites.

Opening Reception: Friday, January 10, 5-8pm.

The exhibition continues through February 22, 2014.