Damn Previous Owners
24″ x 30″ (Framed)
Archival Pigment Print (from tin type)
Harry Taylor is a fine art photographer based in North Carolina. Harry mostly works in the Wet Plate Collodion process, this involves large format cameras, up to 16×20 and on site processing in a portable darkroom. This work explores the American South; Harry’s home and base.
Harry’s work has been featured in Haven, Garden and Gun, Our State, Coastal Living, Slate.com, Juxtapose, NPR radio pictures blog, Time lightbox, The Atlantic, The Paris Review and most recently the Oxford American.
In 2011, Harry was honored to be invited to the World-Renouned Sianoja Simposio International De Artist En Noja, Spain, as the sole representative from the United States.
Harry Taylor currently has an installation called, “Requiem in Glass: Brady’s Greenhouse” on view in the Cameron Art Museum through June 2014.
Freelance since 1987
Bachelors of Fine Arts, Photography, University Of The Arts, Philadelphia, 1992
Associate Degree in Photography, Chowan College, 1987
Many Classes at Penland School of Arts and Crafts