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Interview with photographer Michael Young

Crown of Bougainvillea, December © Michael J. Young

Michael Young’s work in his ‘Hidden Glances’ series is a visual exploration of his past and present. The viewer literally, and metaphorically, is viewing overlapping layers of time and identity placed into a single new plane of existence. What if we all could fold time and reflect upon who we were and who we’ve become? What would the process reveal, and what would we do with the knowledge? Like a visual existential…




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Cary Benbow

Cary Benbow

Photographer, independent writer :: staff writer for F-Stop Magazine, Publisher of Wobneb Magazine. (He/him) www.carybenbow.com

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