Frances F. Denny, Sisters, home for Thanksgiving
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Frances F. Denny

Sisters, home for Thanksgiving, Boston, 2012
From the Legacy series
Website - FrancesfDenny.com

Frances Denny is a first-year MFA candidate in Photography at the Rhode Island School of Design. Since earning her BA from the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at NYU in 2007, she has assisted other photographers while developing her own freelance career and exhibiting her own work. She has shot for Art Review, IntoTheGloss, and The Boston Globe. She is also a Founding Editor of Scrapped, a magazine dedicated to showcasing the work of emerging artists working in all media. Frances spends most of her time in Providence, Rhode Island and Brooklyn, New York.

Posted on Friday, April 19, 2013.

 

 

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