David Wright, Sewing Machines
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David Wright

Sewing Machines, Alebtong, Uganda, 2009
From the Uganda: A River Blue series
Website - DavidWrightPhoto.com

David Wright (b. 1983) is a fine art documentary photographer based in Maine. He has always learned about the world and himself through photography. In 2009 David was selected for the Conscientious Portfolio Competition Prize and in 2011 the Hearst 8×10 Photography Biennial. His work is collected by the Library of Congress and Museum of Modern Art, and he has had solo exhibitions at Anastasia Photo Gallery and Asymmetrick Arts.

Posted on Tuesday, May 18, 2010.

 

 

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