Eduardo L Rivera is an artist whose work functions at the intersection of photography and personal narratives. His photographs and books explore histories of marginalized communities, often investigating familial home life in the arid landscape of the American Southwest. He has exhibited throughout the United States including the Houston Center for Photography; the Photographic Resource Center at Boston University; the Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, Colorado; the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center; the Marion Center for Photographic Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico; and the Tucson Museum of Art. Additionally, his work has been featured in various web and print publications, such as the Financial Times weekend magazine, GOOD magazine, Aint–Bad Magazine, and Hyperallergic. He has held artist-in-residence positions in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil and in Bangalore, India, where he taught at the Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology. Most recently, Eduardo was named a Massachusetts Cultural Council fellow in photography, he is a winner of the 2018 Magenta Flash Forward Emerging Photographer Award, and is a runner-up for the 2018 Aperture Portfolio Prize. Rivera received his BFA in photography from Arizona State University and an MFA in photography from the Massachusetts College of Art. He currently lives in Boston where he is a teaching assistant in the Department of Visual and Environmental Studies at Harvard University.