Chris Bennett, (View from) Hart Mountain
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Chris Bennett

(View from) Hart Mountain, Oregon, 2008
From the Broken Cinema series
Website - ChristopherBennett.net

Chris Bennett is a photographer, curator and photo educator whose work experience includes the George Eastman House, the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops and Photo-eye Books & Gallery. Chris is the founder and Executive Director of Newspace Center for Photography. He is currently working on a project titled Along the Way, a visual documentation of the modern day route of the Corps of Discovery led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark between 1803-1806. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

Posted on Friday, December 19, 2008.

 

 

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