People

Photographing people in their environment has been an important pursuit. Uncle Roy (pictured above and at right) passed away in 2010 at age 95. He was an excellent, sincere model who posed for hundreds of photos. Aside from family members, my former students are the main subjects. The last shots on this page are two cibachrome prints of the Grateful Dead and three hand painted b&w photos.

Flower Lady, Charleston, SC
Flower Lady, Charleston, SC
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Beth at Looking Glass Falls
Beth at Looking Glass Falls

1977

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Leslie   1988
Leslie 1988
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Stacey Knight at Brevard
Stacey Knight at Brevard

1984

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Uncle Roy at 93
Uncle Roy at 93

2008

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Olin at Potter's Wheel
Olin at Potter's Wheel

1977

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Beron
Beron

Beron Harrison, my brother This was one of the first images with my first real camera. Taken in the garage, at home. 1970

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Refrigerator Light
Refrigerator Light

1984

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Michelle and Donatello
Michelle and Donatello

1996

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Delinda's Wedding, infrared
Delinda's Wedding, infrared

At Brevard

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Donna Hooper, 1983
Donna Hooper, 1983

Light painting staged Brevard Donna was a student

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Flea Market Mother
Flea Market Mother

Asheville, NC Flea market at Dreamland Drive-In Theatre beside of Asheville Mall

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Delinda and Wedding Cake
Delinda and Wedding Cake
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Blessing
Blessing

Hendersonville, NC 1984 The lady told me that the blessing was an attempt to rid the man of evil. I did not notice her leg until the negative was printed. Apparently the indention in her leg was from an injury or surgery.

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Bob Weir 1993
Bob Weir 1993

Cibachrome print from color negative Grateful Dead at Greensboro, NC

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 Garcia,   1993
Garcia, 1993
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Sewing
Sewing
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Voices Sometimes
Voices Sometimes

Women's voices have sometimes been silenced in history of art and other histories.

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