Anderson Wrangle is from Houston, Texas. He studied at Sewanee, NYU and the University of Houston. He has lived, and worked in Prague, Portland, New York, Houston, and South Carolina. He has lived, and worked in Clemson since 2007, where he is an Associate Professor in the Department of Art.
Consisting of images of rushing streams, secluded lakes, and the structures that disrupt or contain these waterways, the Savannah River Basin Photographic Survey depicts water as both a vital resource and a recreational point of connection.