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Through the Lens of Our Forebears
Inspired in Musella, Georgia, Eric Dusenbery uses his large format camera to follow the path of Depression-era photographer Dorothea Lange to the present.
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About the Journalist
Eric Dusenbery utilizes the power of the still photograph and frequently embraces the traditions of the large format film camera for fine art, documentary, and commissioned projects. His photography has been widely exhibited, and his work has appeared in numerous national publications.
He is an award-winning journalist and author/photographer of two books. He is also the recipient of several grants and sponsorships to produce documentary projects that tell stories that preserve the human spirit and educate and promote an appreciation for the rich cultural identity of the South.
Dusenbery is concurrently working on two documentary projects, including “Sidetracked: Travels Across the Undiscovered South.” His research and documentary interests include rural and small town cultural studies, industrial diversity, ethnography, historic architecture, large format environmental portraiture, human interest, and analog photography.