The Creative Revolution
Aired On: Jan 19, 2012
Joel Grimes discusses his body of work, including pieces featured in the Annenberg Space for Photography's Digital Darkroom.
Joel Grimes has been working as a commercial advertising photographer for nearly 30 years. In 1990, he took a two-year sabbatical from his commercial work to produce a coffee table book entitled Navajo, Portrait of a Nation. The book received a number of photographic and design awards and was presented in an 18-month solo exhibit at the Smithsonian American History...
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