Erika Larsen, Josh’s Hog
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Erika Larsen

Josh’s Hog, Boyles Island, Georgia, 2006
Website - ErikaLarsenPhoto.com

Erika Larsen's work looks intimately at cultures with a strong connection to the natural world. She has been recognized by World Press Photo, New Jersey State Council of the Arts and is a Fulbright Scholar. Her work has been published and exhibited internationally including the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC, FOTOFEST 2010 BIENNIAL and the Gallivare Museum in Sweden.

Posted on Monday, October 20, 2008.

 

 

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