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Atlanta, Georgia b.1989

Quintavius Oliver's interest in photography began at age six, when his grandmother gifted him his first camera. His passion became a career and he never looked back. By his mid-20s, the self-taught photographer was making waves in the photography community, landing exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Atlanta and the Griffin Museum of Contemporary Art in Winchester, MA-all while raising a daughter as a full-time single father. 

Oliver uses his engaging portraits as a means of self-exploration and dynamic storytelling. The Atlanta-based photographer photographs people honestly and wholly, creating a safe-space for self-expression and vulnerability.


His work has recently been acquired for the permanent collection of The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas. 

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Tajin, Archival pigment print, 28'' x 36''


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