Shane Lavalette, Swimmer
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Shane Lavalette

Swimmer, Aspen, Colorado, 2007
From the Who Knows Where the Time Goes series
Website - ShaneLavalette.com

Shane Lavalette is a photographer, the founding Publisher and Editor of Lay Flat as well as the Associate Director of Light Work. Lavalette grew up in Vermont and is currently based in Upstate New York. He holds a BFA from Tufts University in partnership with The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Lavalette’s photographs have been shown widely, including national and international exhibitions. A new body of work by Lavalette will be on view at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, GA from June 9 – September 2, 2012. Lavalette has launched a Kickstarter campaign to support the funding of a photobook of this new work.

Posted on Tuesday, November 4, 2008.

 

 

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