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Jack Latham, Susan
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Jack Latham

Susan, Lincoln, Nebraska, 2012
From the A Pink Flamingo series
Website - JackLatham.com

Jack Latham was born and raised in Wales. He graduated from the Documentary photography course in Newport in 2012. His work often takes on form by the use of large format photography. He lives and works in Brighton
 

Posted on Wednesday, August 8, 2012.

 

 

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