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Justin Walker, Did You See The Trout?
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Justin Walker

Did You See The Trout?, 2009
Website - JustinWalker.com

Justin Walker (b. 1979, USA) is a commercial and fine-art photographer originally from Durango, Colorado. He studied graphic design at the University of Colorado in Boulder before moving to New York in 2006. He lives and works in Brooklyn.

Posted on Tuesday, October 13, 2009.

 

 

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