Emily Hamilton Laux is an artist who uses photography to examine ideas about the human relationship with internal and external environments. Her work addresses questions about biodiversity, identity and sense-of-place. Born in Saigon, and raised in Cambodia, Paris and Washington, Laux has an MA from the American University School of International Service and a BA from Tulane University. Previously, Laux worked in publishing in New York, London and Hong Kong. In Connecticut, she worked as a photojournalist, gallery manager and arts publicist. In 2019, Laux exhibited her work at the New Britain Museum of American Art, the Griffin Museum of Photography, the Beechwood Arts Salon, the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts, the Southeast Center for Photography and Terrain (Westport). Since 2017, her work has been shown at numerous galleries in the Northeast, including the Davis Orton Gallery, the Westport Arts Center, and the Ridgefield Artists Guild, among others. Laux maintains a studio at Firing Circuits Studios in Norwalk, and is member of the Westport Artists Collective and the Ridgefield Guild of Artists. She lives in Westport, CT.