Alan George, House Number
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Alan W. George

House Number, San Francisco, California, 2007
From the Domesticated series
Website - Alan-George.com

Alan W. George was born in Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA on the first day of the last month of 1968. Alan first started exploring photography as a form of self-expresion eight years ago. It has helped him survive getting old, divorce and two children, among other things. He lives in San Francisco, California, USA and in his precious spare time he can be found roaming the roads of Northern California with coffee, an apple fritter and This American Life. He'll occasionally stop and take a photograph. 

Posted on Monday, March 23, 2009.

 

 

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