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Dawn-Starr Crowther
ds.crowther@yahoo.com
Tom Champion
champion@hevanet.com
Daniel Castle
When photographing people on the street, often for the Portland Grid Project, Daniel's intention is to create photos which illustrate how each of us as humans are unique while at the same time demonstrating how each of us also have a great deal in common. Regardless of the type of photography, or the subject matter, Daniel prefers to capture candid and genuine moments. He believes this approach delivers the most interesting, honest and rewarding photographs. When not photographing Daniel is often spending time with his dog Hank, is out exploring the great outdoors or is in search of the tastiest breakfast burrito in existence!
daniel@castlephotographs.com
Jim Carmin
dphoto@jps.net
Nancy Butler
Nancy Butler has been photographing in the Portland area since moving here in 1978. She studied photography with Craig Hickman and Kirk Thompson at The Evergreen State College as well as Chris Rauschenberg at the Blue Sky Gallery. She joined Blue Sky in 1982 and has been part of the Portland Grid project since December 2007. Working in color with small and medium format cameras she has long been interested in urban landscapes.
npeeb@earthlink.net
Patricia Bognar
Scott Binkley
Hi!
smbinkley@gmail.com
Blake Andrews
Blake Andrews moved to Portland in 1992, began photography in 1993, and joined the Grid Project in 2004. He shoots primarily 35 mm format, black and white. In 2006 he moved to Eugene to pursue a practice in amateur cardiology.
swerdnaekalb@gmail.com
Lisa Gidley
Lisa Gidley is a photographer living in Portland with her husband, son, and cats. Born in Kansas City, Lisa also lived in Washington, D.C., and New York City before heading to Oregon. It was in New York that she fell in love with photography while studying at the International Center of Photography there. Most of Lisa's shots for the Grid Project are taken with a medium-format film camera, the Bronica GS-1. Lisa appreciates digital technologies but isn't ready to let film give up the ghost just yet.
lisa@spiraling.com
Christopher Rauschenberg
Christopher Rauschenberg has photographed in 24 countries, he has had 74 solo shows in 6 countries and has had work featured in group shows in 4 more countries. He thought it was darn well time to do a big project at home for once. Besides founding the Portland Grid Project, he has co-founded Portland's Blue Sky Gallery, Nine Gallery and Photolucida festival. Available monographs of his work include two books and a deck of cards. Plays well with others.
rberg@hevanet.com

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