Delaney Allen (b. 1978) is an American photographer known for his surreal landscape and still-life photography. Influenced by painting and sculpture, he creates a unique visual language both inside and out of the studio. Implementing light, color, texture, form and craft he captures and builds uncommon, poetic imagery navigating the space between artificial and natural worlds. Generally photographing nature in an unorthodoxed portrait style, he highlights smaller, specific moments that allow for an abstract sense. Carrying out the occasions, while intertwining the staged studio work, has formed an individual vision within the medium. He has shown nationally and internationally most notably at Crystal Bridges of American Art, Aperture and FOAM (Amsterdam). His first (self-published) monograph, Between Here and There, sits in the collections of the MoMA and Beinecke Library (Yale University) as well as others internationally. He currently resides in Dallas, Texas.