Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art
Hannah Wynn is a photographer in south Georgia. She is using her last year at Valdosta State University to focus on improving her photography skills. Wynn recently did a workshop with the photographer Benjamin Williamson and learned not only lighting techniques but also how to construct a better composition. She also learned editing skills that can help her in her pursuit of photography. She focuses on portrait photography as well as some landscape photography. Once she graduates, she will pursue her own business in photography.
My body of work is about establishing family ties. All of my photographs are from Maine, which is an important place to my family and I. My grandfather was in the navy and was stationed in Maine. My mother went to high school there and it has become a place that we like to travel to when we can. I chose to photograph different places there in order to establish my own ties to the place that is loved by my mother. My work is from places all over the state of Maine and show the beauty of this place. It is somewhere that has come to mean a lot to me and it brings me closer to that part of my family’s life. Every piece in this body of work is from places that I have grown to love and find truly beautiful. I chose this body of work because my grandfather has passed and I chose to create work representing where he lived and his belongings to keep his memory alive in my work.
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