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Kevin Thrasher, Brown’s Island (boy climbing)
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Kevin Thrasher

Brown's Island (boy climbing), Richmond, Virginia, 2010
From the Brown’s Island series
Website - ThrasherPhotography.com

Kevin Thrasher lives in Richmond, VA. He received his MFA from Massachusetts College of Art & design. His work has been exhibited in the Northeastern and Southern U.S.

Posted on Thursday, October 13, 2011.

 

 

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