Delaney Allen (b. 1978) is an American photographer whose work employs the use of self-portraiture, still-life and landscape constructing an individualized path as the collections intersect in storytelling. Drawing inspiration from painting and sculpture, he creates a unique, photographic language. He has been widely exhibited and published nationally and internationally. He holds a BFA in media arts from the University of Texas - Arlington ('03) and a MFA in visual studies from Pacific Northwest College of Art (’10).