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Angela Crews

Photographer, historian, writer and perpetual student of all things photographic describes Angela Crews. As an environmental documentary photographer, Angela’s approach pays a deeply respectful homage to the many historic photographers she researches. Although unquestionably adept at every aspect of modern digital capture and post-production, it is Angela’s application of classic pictorial practices that sets her work apart. Following in the footsteps of historic photographers, Angela incorporates analog processes of photography’s past, including traditional medium and large format films as well as the wet plate collodion technique, to immerse viewers in authentic, authoritative representations of imagery as urgent as it is timeless. Her passions for documentary environmentalism takes shape in the man-altered landscape of the ever-changing American West.

Angela earned her Bachelor of Fine Art, and Master of Fine Art degrees in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design. With thirty years of experience working in commercial arts and photography, and teaching traditional darkroom techniques for over fifteen years, she is currently focusing on her own long-term environmental documentary projects which concentrate on the man-altered landscape, and the preservation of the authenticity of small western towns. She also researches, writes and designs book layouts for Rhyolite Press & Art Papers Press, a new publishing imprint she co-founded with Don Kallaus.

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