Reynold Reynolds

Moving Image, 2001

Reynold Reynolds was born in 1966 in Central Alaska. At the University of Colorado at Boulder, Reynolds studied Physics and received a Bachelor’s degree under the professorship of Carl Wieman, a 2001 Physics Nobel Laureate. Changing his focus to studio art, he remained two more years in Boulder to study under experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage. After moving to New York City, Reynolds completed an M.F.A. at the School of Visual Arts. In 2003 Reynold Reynolds was awarded the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship and in 2004 invited to The American Academy in Berlin. In 2008 he received support from the German Kunstfonds to develop two projects in Berlin. Reynolds has received numerous awards for his film work, including the Festival Award for Secret Life at the European Media Art Festival Osnabrueck in 2008, the ‘09 Distinction Award for Six Apartments at Transmediale Berlin and Honorable Mention for Secret Life at the Chicago Underground Film Festival in 2012.

Artstudio Reynolds

Awards and Accomplishments


Reynolds receives the Rome Prize for the Visual Arts, including an 11-month residency and stipend at the American Academy in Rome


 Reynolds curates the show Haunted House at Galerie West in the Hague, which features fellow Creative Capital Awardee Stacey Steers

2009: Reynolds receives a Distinction Award 09 at the Transmediale Berlin, Germany

2008: Reynolds receives the Best of Festival award from the European Media Art Festival for _Secret Life_


Reynolds is awarded a one year stay at the American Academy in Berlin with a studio at Kunstlerhaus Bethanien


Reynolds receives New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Fellowship


Reynolds receives John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship