"Sidetracked: Travels Across the Undiscovered South" While the definition of “rural” and “small town” may seem obvious, the documentary project is refocusing what they mean through the words and imagery of those who live it and new places discovered. This is accomplished through the lens of large-format, black-and-white, hand-printed silver gelatin film photography — the resulting high-quality prints make an immediate impact and the unique fieldwork approach is a natural attraction for media publicity and headlines. “evocative...” Daytona Beach News-Journal
A documentary project can influence audiences in their view of the authentic South. People connect to this project with emotional involvement with the subjects and the stories that are portrayed — they want a deeper understanding of a sense of place through local people and environments. “...the authentic, the real Florida.” Citrus County Chronicle
WORK WITH US : Photography and Articles; Digital Storytelling for Destinations; Speaking. We pursue opportunities to share imagery and content with broad audiences through editorial and news media, cumulative book, exhibitions, social media dispatches and public presentations. E-mail email@example.com for information about SPONSORSHIP Past Exhibition Sponsors and Project Partners
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Eric at The Poplar Ridge School (circa 1875) in New Hope, Alabama for "Sidetracked."