Brian Van Lau is a photographer on the road. He's currently in Seattle, WA.

His work is about finding fictitious evidence. 

He is available for editorials, commissions, and tests.



Pearl Press, Pause, curated by Delilah Twersky, online issue/gallery

Too Tired Project, Fill Your Cup, curated by Roslyn Julia, online


Pearl Press, Courtship, curated by Delilah Twersky, online issue/gallery

Guest Room presented by Der Greif, Group Exhibition, curated by Lucy Soutter 

New Seeds presented by Float Magazine, Group Exhibition, curated by Raul Rodriguez

Pearl Press, Unorthodox, curated by Delilah Twersky, online issue/gallery

undisclosed resource, by Efrem Zelony-Mitchell

Oranbeg Press, now/present/current curated by John O'Toole, online


Chase the Light presented by PCNW, Group Exhibition Pop-Up, online

Fraction Magazine, 12th Anniversary Group Exhibition, curated by Bree Lamb, online

Cumulus Photo, Liminal, curated by Alyssaleigh Thorn and Brennan Booker, online

PCNW  23rd Juried Exhibition: Distinction, curated by Kris Graves, Photo Center Northwest, Seattle, WA


Cumulus Photo, The Pivotal Image curated by Alyssaleigh Thorn and Brennan Booker, online

Light Leaked, Private/Public curated by June T Sanders, online

2017: Pond Magazine Presents, Chinatown Soup, New York, NY

2017: If You Leave 2017 Showcase Shortlist, Online



Urbanautica Institute Awards, Winner


Critical Mass, Photolucida, Finalist

Open Doors Photo Prize 2021 Shortlist


Lucie Foundation, ChromaXLuxe Fine Arts Scholarship, Shortlisted



The Skull-Sized Kingdom, self-published zine (edition of 20)

Olympic, self-published zine (edition of 30)


"Outrunning the Rain" by Trash Press Zine

Booooooom Magic Hour, curated by Anna Schneider

Color Tag Volume III, published by Arianna Lucas

My Friend Alex Issue 1, published by Lucy Reback and Megan Reilly


A Brave New Normal zine, published by the Photographic Center Northwest


We Shared the Same Color That Evening, self-published (edition of 15)

Pond Photo Review, "Volume 1," by Rachel Cabitt 

Pure Nowhere Issue 1, "What Freedom," by Abby Strangward and Kyla Rain 


A New Hope, self-published (edition of 20)

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