American photographer Michael E. Northrup just released his third book, Dream Away, a love story about life, vision, and love itself. The 66 images in the book published by Stanley / Barker present a developing portrait of both an artist and his subject. It’s about Northrup’s obsession with “the photograph”, his vision, and the significant, funny, and unique images he’s able to make from life itself. “For me, creating images is all about my daily life, those meaningful images I’m able to extract from it, and the personal vision I bring to those visual narratives. As for the subject matter,...
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