Justin Visnesky, Changing Weather
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Justin Visnesky

Changing Weather, St. Louis, Misssouri, 2008
Website - JustinVisnesky.com

Justin Visnesky grew up in a village in Pennsylvania, went to college in Jimmy Stewart’s hometown of Indiana, PA, and now lives in the City of Champions: Pittsburgh, PA. He makes photographs of the simple, quiet times in life. Justin received an honorable mention in the Summer 2007 Hey, Hot Shot competition. His photography has been exhibited throughout the US, most recently at the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis, MO.

Posted on Tuesday, November 11, 2008.

 

 

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