John Lusk Hathaway, Little Stony Creek
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John Lusk Hathaway

Little Stony Creek, Watauga Lake, Tennessee, 2012
Website - JohnLuskHathaway.com

John Lusk Hathaway was born in 1976 in Memphis, Tennessee. He received his MFA from East Tennessee State University under the direction of Mike Smith in May 2012. He has exhibited internationally, and was recently a winner in a competition juried by Alec Soth held by the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, New York. He participated in Review Santa Fe 2012 and is included in the SlowExposures exhibition co-juried by Brett Abbott and Julian Cox. Hathaway is a lecturer of photography at King College. He lives in Charleston, South Carolina.

Posted on Wednesday, September 19, 2012.

 

 

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