Michael George, Hiking Hocking Hills
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Michael George

Hiking Hocking Hills, Ohio, 2011
From the Into the Trees series
Website - MichaelGeorgePhoto.com

Michael George (b. 1988) is a freelance photographer living in Brooklyn, New York. During this past year Michael's thesis, This is Not Real, was exhibited in the Gulf + Western Galleries located at 721 Broadway. The images and supplemental book chronicle a cross-country cycling trip that took Michael from Boston, Massachusetts to Santa Barbara, California. This summer Michael embarked on another trip from NYC to Niagara Falls. His work is generated from an insatiable interest in people, their beauty, and their quirks.

Posted on Wednesday, January 18, 2012.
Editor's Note: This photo appears in Winter Pictures 2012 and some website updates »

 

 

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