Trevor Powers, Centa
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Trevor Powers

Centa, Boston, 2009
Website - CargoCollective.com/TrevorPowers

Trevor Powers (b. 1985) is a photographer based in Boston, Massachusetts. He studied photography at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, where he graduated in 2008. His work is based around documenting the relationships, connections, coincidences and routines of everyday life. He is interested in zines, artists books, mail and collaborations. Recently, he returned to Boston from an eight month stint in Texas where he enjoyed the desert, tacos and the Moonlight Towers of Austin.

Posted on Monday, May 6, 2013.

 

 

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