James Luckett, Apodidae
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James Luckett

Apodidae, 2011
Website - Consumptive.org

Working for over twenty years in art and photography and exhibited nationally, James Luckett has earned an MFA from the University of Arizona, worked as a master printer in a forensic photography lab and taught award winning photography classes in Tucson and Chicago. James was born in Stuttgart and, following the pleasures of living and working in Olympia, Tokyo and Ann Arbor, has settled his studio and darkroom in Springfield, Ohio. He’s a recipient of a 2011 Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award and is currently the instructor of photography at Edison Community College. James’ interests and exploits are detailed on his long- running, ever-evolving, always-accumulating website, Consumptive.org.

Posted on Monday, August 8, 2011.

 

 

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