Bryan Martello, Untitled (Latravik)
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Bryan Martello

Untitled (Latravik), Iceland, 2012
Website - BryanMartello.com

Bryan Martello lives and works in Boston Massachusetts. With his 4x5 camera, Martello uses both multiple and single image pieces to tell fragmented narratives. He earned a BFA in photography from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. His work has been in included in national and local juried exhibitions, and is a part of The Drawing Project at Caroll and Sons Gallery in Boston. His experience working as a tour guide in the lava caves of Iceland has served as inspiration and as a backdrop for much of his recent photography.

Posted on Tuesday, February 26, 2013.

 

 

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