Kirkman Amyx is a photographer and digital imaging artist based in Northern California. His recent work explores the use of photography as a data visualization tool which can allow for the seeing of patterns, structure, and meaning through image repetition. These conceptually based projects utilize a hint of science, data analysis, the measurement of time, and the dichotomy between chance and predictability.
He is a graduate with distinction from the Art Center College of Design, and also has an MFA from San Jose State University. In addition to his art practice, Kirkman also teaches photography and digital imaging at the Sierra College, where he is Associate Professor of Photography.