Daryl Peveto is an editorial and social documentary photographer deeply interested in exploring the concept of home and issues related to health & the environment, particularly the threads that weave these issues together. He graduated summa cum laude from the Visual Journalism Program at Brooks Institute in 2008. His work over the last several years has ranged from Western nomadic cultures to the black market economies of Peru to how we source energy in the United Stated to sustainable agriculture’s influence on local communities, much of which has been recognized by Photo District News, LOOKbetween, CENTER, College Photographer of the Year and the National Press Photographers Association. A selection of his clients include TIME Magazine, AARP, Newsweek, US News & World Report, NEON, Der Spiegel, Verdens Gang, FADER, The Wall Street Journal, Tablet, HUCK, WIRED, The New York Review of Books, NBC Nightly News and the Sierra Nevada Brewing Company. He lives in Ventura, California with his wife Jennifer and son Finn Maddox.