The Power of Now and Other Tales From Home
Aired On: Apr 12, 2012
Julie Blackmon discusses getting her start as a photographer, her process, her influences and the source of her inspiration.
Julie Blackmon was named American Photo's "Emerging Photographer of 2008" and one of PDN's "30 New and Emerging Photographers" in 2007. She has been the recipient of various awards, including first prize from The Santa Fe Center for Photography in the Project Competition in 2006. Blackmon's work is included in numerous museums and public collections, including that of George...
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