LATITUDE Chicago Portrait Competition Winner: Population 800 a Utah Documentary Photography Project

I’ve been working on this personal Utah documentary photography project for quite possibly forever at this point. It’s been shown in quite a few places in person and in print. I started it during my undergrad, but then picked it back up again when I moved back to Utah. It’s a story of towns in Utah with 800 people or less. One day I will finish it up, but in the meantime, I will keep photographing. Recently I entered a photo competition at the gallery LATITUDE in Chicago and won their portrait competition along with two other extremely talented photographers. If you are in Chicago, my work will be up in print at the Filter Photo/LATITUDE shared space until April, if not, they have an on-line gallery too. In this on-line gallery I have up one of my first images from the series and three images that I have taken in the last two years.

 

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Images include:

Portrait of a man before his birthday. Image taken inside the cafe him and his family run.

A boy at the rodeo who really wishes he could be an artist.

Three men drinking coffee in a snow storm. Image taken in Eureka, Utah and one of my first from the series.

Dot Young of Wanship, Utah, one of the oldest women left in the town.

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