Photo credit:  Laurie Schorr

Photo credit: Laurie Schorr


Investigating how land use and social history influence cultural geography, Micah Cash’s work uses the visual languages of landscape and architecture to explore narratives of utilization, demarcation, and ownership. Micah exhibits nationally in both solo and group exhibitions and has work included in numerous private collections across North America. His work has been featured in The Bitter Southerner, Fraction Magazine, The Atlantic, Ninth Letter, Aint-Bad Magazine, Places Journal, and Charlotte Magazine. Micah received his MFA from the University of Connecticut and his Bachelor’s degree from the University of South Carolina. His first monograph, Dangerous Waters: A Photo Essay on the Tennessee Valley Authority was published by University of Tennessee Press in 2017.  Micah lives and works in Charlotte, North Carolina.


Micah is available for speaking engagements, commissions, and editorial assignments. For booking information and media inquiries, please contact

Micah is actively seeking opportunities to create site-specific projects that explore history and local culture through the lens of landscape and architecture. Please reach out to begin a discussion.