Dylan Beckman is a Brooklyn-based photographer. She received a BA from Wesleyan University in 2017, where she majored in history and studio art. She is fixated with the concept of artifice, using photography to examine ways in which we simulate, imitate and effigiate reality. From photographing her family, to creating environments for the camera, to manipulating found imagery, her work questions what it means for something to be real, the many iterations of how something can be “fake”, and grapples with what it means to toe that line.