Seth Adam Cook is an artist from the Bayou Teche region in south-central Louisiana. The swamps and marshes of his home serve as a source of inspiration for his versatile studio practice. His work often merges photography with other creative media, aiming to imbue a deeper sense of meaning through his choice of materials and techniques. Cook earned his B.F.A. in studio art from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2017 and completed his M.F.A. in photography at Indiana University, Bloomington in 2020. His series ‘As Big As The Sky’ was notably featured on Lenscratch in 2024 as part of an artist portfolio feature. In 2022, he received the Community-based Engaged Learning Mini-grant from Georgia College during a collaborative exhibit with the GC Women's Center. Cook’s artistic contributions have been showcased in both solo and group exhibitions on a national and international scale. He is currently a faculty member at Georgia College and State University, where he continues to explore alternative photographic processes and conducts workshops to foster creativity within the community.