Friday, August 26, 2016

Southern Photographers on Lenscratch -- Mid-Summer 2016

Lenscratch's Aline Smithson enjoyed her interview with Alexa Dilworth, Publishing and Awards Director/Editor for CDS Books at Duke's Center For Documentary Studies a few years ago that she ran it again in Lenscratch this summer, go here.

And while we are thinking about Lenscratch, its time to notice that Lenscratch has featured Southern photographers extensively in the past few months.

Texas-based photographer (and long-time president of the Texas Photographic Society) D. Clarke Evans had work from his Semper Fidelis portfolio featured on Lenscratch, here.

San Francisco-based (but Laurinburg, NC born) photographer MacNair Evans (see image above), was awarded a fellowship by the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. He also served as the organizer of the California Project on Lenscratch, go here.

Greenville, SC-based photographer Terri Bright (se image above) was featured on Lenscratch with images from her portfolio Sonnets, now a book from Flash Powder Projects. 

Florida-based photographer Melanie Metz was also featured on Lenscratch with images from her Davie portfolio, go here. 

 And, finally, for now, Michelle Mobley (see image above), a student at the Savannah College of Art and Design, was an honorable mention winner in this year's Lenscratch Student Prize Competition.
More to come from Lenscratch on The Southern Photographer.

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