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Andrew Phelps, Untitled #4
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Andrew Phelps

Untitled #4, Higley, Arizona, 2007
From the Baghdad Suite series
Website - Andrew-Phelps.com

Andrew Phelps is an American photographer who has been living in Europe since 1990. His work is influenced by the cross-cultural lifestyle he now leads, dividing his time between the deserts of Arizona and the Alps of Austria. Alongside a constant pursuit of new work, Andrew keeps a blog about special edition photography books called BUFFET. Andrew is a member of the Piece of Cake project.

Posted on Thursday, November 20, 2008.

 

 

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