Peter Baker, Post Office
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Peter Baker

Post Office, Mojave Desert, Amboy, California, 2010
From the Boom Town, Bust City series
Website - PeterBaker.net

Peter Baker was born in the seventies in a town called Blissfield, and counts himself lucky he made it through childhood before cell phones and the internet ruined everything. He attended the University of Michigan, moved around the country during his twenties, and currently lives near Detroit in cozy Ann Arbor. He works in both photography and design, running the design studio Elevated Works since 2004, and the letterpress print shop Elevated Press since 2008 with his wife Michelle. His work has been exhibited internationally, in print in Humble Arts' Collector's Guide to Emerging Art Photography, American Photography 26, and through commercial clients including Herman Miller, Popular Mechanics, Tesla Motors, Clif Bar and others.

Posted on Friday, November 18, 2011.

 

 

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