Seth Adam Cook is an artist from the Bayou Teche region in south-central Louisiana. The swamps and marshes of his home serve as a source of inspiration for his versatile studio practice. Often combining photography with other art media, Cook seeks to create a deeper sense of meaning through his choice of materials and techniques. With a B.F.A. in studio art from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and an M.F.A. in photography from Indiana University, Bloomington, Cook has positioned himself as a talented artist driven to challenge conventional perceptions of photography's possibilities.

In 2022, Seth Cook was awarded Georgia College's Community-based Engaged Learning Mini-grant as part of his exhibit collaboration with the GC Women's Center. In 2021, Seth Cook was awarded 'Juror's Selection' by the New York Center for Photographic Art for his alternative process photography. Additionally, his series 'What I Saw in the Water' earned him a spot on Lenscratch's 'Top 25 to Watch' list in 2020. Cook teaches at Georgia College and State University, where he also organizes community-based exhibitions and conducts workshops to share his creative practice.