Daniel George, West Bay Street
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Daniel George

West Bay Street, Savannah, Georgia, 2011
From the Natural Selection series
Website - DanielGeorgePhoto.net

Daniel George is a Savannah, GA based artist and educator. He graduated in 2011 with an MFA in photography from Savannah College of Art and Design and was the recipient of the departmental Outstanding Achievement Award. He has exhibited work in galleries across the United States. Recently, his body of work, Natural Selection, was featured in Fraction Magazine Issue 26. Daniel currently teaches photography part-time at Savannah Country Day School and continues to make photographs that explore eccentric displays of landscape manipulation.

Posted on Monday, December 19, 2011.

 

 

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