Ben Marcin started his photography career relatively late, buying his first camera at age twenty-seven. Most of Marcin’s photographic essays explore the idea of home and the passing of time. “Last House Standing” and, “The Camps”, have received wide press both nationally and abroad (The Paris Review, iGnant, La Repubblica, Slate, Wired Magazine). The photographs have been shown at a number of national galleries and venues including the Delaware Art Museum; The Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA; The Center For Fine Art Photography in Ft. Collins, CO; The Corden | Potts Gallery in San Francisco and Johalla Projects in Chicago. “Last House Standing (And Other Stories)” was featured earlier this year in a large solo exhibit at the C. Grimaldis Gallery in Baltimore, where Marcin is currently represented. His work is also in several important collections including the Baltimore Museum of Art.