Jamie Baldridge was born in 1975 in a small town in the Deep South. He received both his BFA and MFA in Photography from Louisiana State University. He is currently Associate Professor of New Media + Digital Art.
His work, which explores the intersection between technology and fine art, can be found in many collections such as the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the Rare Books Collection of the Library of Congress, Cornell University, Louisiana State University's Hill collection, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, University of Notre Dame, University of Colorado at Boulder, Rhode Island Institute of Technology, as well as numerous private collections. His work and writings have been featured in numerous publications such as ArtNews, Harper's Bazaar, Contemporary Art China, Elle, PublicArt, Photo+, Zoom Photographic Arts, and Oxford American in addition to NPR’s All Tech Considered, BBC 2, and in the Documentary Darkly Digital and Divine.
Baldridge is represented by Carbon 12 Gallery in Dubai, Camara Oscura Gallery in Madrid, Spain, Richard Goodall Gallery in the United Kingdom, Morren Galleries in the Netherlands, and Modernbook Gallery in San Francisco. His work is carried nationally and internationally by a number of other galleries and has been exhibited widely in the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe, India, and the Middle East.
He is the author of two books, the 2008 Lucie Award winning The Everywhere Chronicles and Almost Fiction in 2012.