Born in Scotland, Graham MacIndoe studied painting at Edinburgh College of Art and received a master's degree in photography at the Royal College of Art in London. He is an adjunct professor of photography at Parsons The New School in New York City as well as a working photographer. Graham’s photographs have appeared in many newspapers and magazines, including The New York Times, The Guardian Weekend Magazine, New York, Harpers, Fast Company, W, Details, I.D., Vice and Esquire. His work has been shown widely, most recently at Little Big Man Gallery in Los Angeles where he had his first solo exhibition All In – Buying Into the Drug Trade in conjunction with the release of a book by Little Big Man Books. Graham is the recipient of a 2014 Alicia Patterson Foundation Fellowship with writer Susan Stellin for their project American Exile and was awarded a 2015 PDN Annual award for his series of photos “My Addiction Through My Eyes.” Graham and Susan are also the authors a dual memoir, Chancers, published by Random House - Ballantine Books. Graham’s photographs are in the collections of The Scottish National Galleries, The New York Public Library, The British Council, The V&A Museum, The Museum of Fine Arts Florida, The British Museum of Film and Television and various private collections.