Jody Ake, Oregon power lines
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Jody Ake

Oregon power lines, 2006
Website - JodyAke.com

Jody Ake was born and raised in the American south. After attending the College of Santa Fe in New Mexico with a major in photography, he moved to Portland, Oregon to continue his education. He received an MFA in Photography from the University of Oregon and shortly thereafter relocated to New York City. While living and working in NYC and Brooklyn, Ake continued to explore collodion as his process of choice, shooting portraiture, landscapes and still life subject matter, and has maintained his profession as an independent photographer throughout. He currently lives and works in Portland, Oregon.

Posted on Friday, February 7, 2014.

 

 

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