About Me

The short of it:

Sam Beasley is a photographer of people and things, spending most of his time in the Memphis and Miami areas.

The long of it:

Sam Beasley is a photographer in Covington, TN. He graduated from Miami Ad School in 2008 with a fashion and commercial photography portfolio, later pursuing more personal work on which he now concentrates. After having lived there for ten years, he considers South Florida his second home, and travels there whenever possible. He has had work shown in thirteen group shows and events in Miami, New York City, and other locations. Photography, for him, is an exercise in self-understanding. This need for introspection and self-analysis brings with it more work, some answers, and (mostly) more questions.


Exhibitions and Events:

  • Exhibition curated by Noor Blazekovic at Spectrum Miami, Miami, FL, December 6–10, 2017 (juried)
  • Young Collectors Contemporary, Memphis, TN, March 24–26, 2017 (juried)
  • Irreverent Exhibition event at Lock Art Gallery, Miami, FL, April 7, 2016
  • Con[text]: Symbol & Image at Darkroom Gallery, Essex Junction, VT; January 2—25, 2015 (juried)
  • Gareth Pugh Art Basel event at Bâoli-Vita; December 3, 2011 (You'll see one of my images hanging on the walls in a few of the photos in the linked-to Facebook gallery.)
  • Nude Nite; Orlando, FL; February 10—12, 2011 (juried)
  • Dirty Show 12; Detroit, MI; February 11—19, 26, 2010 (juried)
  • ARTundressed 2011 erotic art tour; Miami, FL; November 18—20, 2010; December 1—3 (juried)
  • Tata Gala; Sarasota, FL; November 12, 2010 (juried)
  • NEVER THINK small - Redux!; Climate Gallery, Long Island City, NY; April 3—25, 2010
  • Give Darryl a Lift fundraising exhibit; Miami, FL; February 13—March 13, 2010
  • Nude Nite; Orlando, FL; February 11—13, 2010 (juried)
  • End of an Era, group Polaroid exhibit; Center Gallery; Wichita, KS; April 24—May 22, 2009 (juried)
  • group exhibition in Miami's Design District; September 8, 2008



  • Miami Ad School, Fashion Photography and Editorial Design, 2008