Matt Lutton (b. 1984) is an American photographer who has been living in Belgrade, Serbia since 2009. He grew up in Seattle, Washington where he graduated from the University of Washington a degree in Russian, Eastern European and Central Asian Studies and Comparative History of Ideas. In recent years he has been recognized by the POYi Emerging Vision Incentive, College Photographer of the Year, the Photoshelter Collection, Photolucida Critical Mass and others. His project "Homeless in Seattle" was awarded a grant by the Alexia Foundation for World Peace in 2007 and was exhibited at the Seattle City Hall in July 2008. The Anthropographia Award for Human Rights and Photography selected his project “Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere” about the destruction and relocation of the Roma community living in Belgrade, Serbia for their 2010 traveling exhibition. His current project about the Serbian emergence from the Milosevic decade and its role in post-war Balkans is titled "Only Unity".
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