Francisco Uceda is a Brooklyn-based fine art photographer, whose work explores important slightly offsetting narratives. Born in Andalusia, and educated in United States, Uceda earned his B.A. in anthropology and photography from Bard College, an English Linguistics degree from U. of Almería and his M. Ed. from University of la Rioja. As a documentary/street photographer, Francisco embeds himself in the life of streets and avenues around the world, for 24 hours at a time, in order to capture the motions of the street, the theater of the public space, www.anydayproject.com. As a fine art photographer, his work in this genre has dealt with themes of inter-textuality, creating imagery that references other artistic works.
His photographs have been exhibited in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Germany and United States.