Francis Dzikowski studied at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and has a BFA in photography from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. His early work involves the documentation of archaeological and historical sites in Israel, Egypt and Turkey. He worked on the Theban Mapping Project at the excavation of the Tomb of the Sons of Ramesses II in Luxor and photographed a Theban tomb for the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Francis approaches architectural photography with clarity and understanding. With his strong sense of composition for overall shots and details, and an array of creative lighting techniques, he creates images that highlight the essential elements and fundamental dynamics of each project.
Francis lives in Brooklyn and has photographed public art in New York City for Jean Phifer's book, "Public Art, New York", published by WW Norton.