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Chris Norris, Waubesa
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Chris Norris

Waubesa, Madison, Wisconsin, 2010
Website - TheChrisProject.com

Chris Norris lives and works in Madison, Wisconsin. He has had photos in shows in Cardiff, Arles, Madison, Milwaukee and many online publications. He produces a zine, Stuck Photography, and is a founding member of the strange.rs international photography collective.

Posted on Tuesday, March 18, 2014.

 

 

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