Devlin Cyr Wallace is a photographer/videographer who creates visual narratives using symbols, dark spaces, and subterranean environments.
She graduated with a B.A. from the School of Visual Arts. She is a member of the New York Explorers Club, the National Speleological Society, and the Greenbrier Grotto.
Her background includes working as a horseback guide in the Sierra de Gredos, curating the Native American artifact collection for the Monroe Museum and Historical Center, and working as a TA for the 3D Department of the School of Visual Arts.
Her photography was published in Lynn Gamwell's textbook "Art, Science and Spirituality" 2019 and SVA's Visual Opinion, Vol 25, Issue 5.