Graeme King – A Portrait

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A native Scotsman now based in Washington DC, Graeme King has shot everything from the city’s canine friends to its urbane pedestrians. His one man show entitled “Dog City” highlights King’s ability to capture and communicate personality while his endurance and photographic skill shines through in his portrait series “24 on 14th”.  This series was the result of a grueling round the clock photo shoot on 14th Street, which required an uninterrupted 24 hours on site, and has been exhibited in DC, Maryland and at the City of Merida Museum in Mexico.  Sasha Bruce Youthwork is just one of a number of organizations to which Graeme volunteers his time and artistic talents. graemekingphoto.com

Click the images below to view more photos in the set.
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To see more of Graeme’s work, join us for the event “ART(202) Presents: Teen Parenting Perspectives” this Friday at Eastern Market at 7pm.

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About Art(202)

Since 1968, the District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) has developed and promoted local artists, organizations and activities.
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