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2019 SPE Annual Conference: The Myths of Photography and the American Dream / Major support by The Joy Family Legacy Foundation

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Brian Culbertson

Brian
Culbertson

SPE Member since 2013
Member Chapter: Southeast

Brian Culbertson

SPE member since 2013
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Salt Print/Prescription Medication

Brian Culbertson

SPE member since 2013
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Salt Print/Prescription Medication

Brian Culbertson

SPE member since 2013
Untitled
Salt Print/Prescription Medication

Brian Culbertson

SPE member since 2013
Untitled
Salt Print/Prescription Medication

Brian Culbertson

SPE member since 2013
Untitled
Salt Print/Prescription Medication

Brian Culbertson

SPE member since 2013
Untitled
Salt Print/Prescription Medication

Brian Culbertson

SPE member since 2013
Untitled
Salt Print/Prescription Medication

Brian Culbertson

SPE member since 2013
Untitled
Salt Print/Prescription Medication

Brian Culbertson

SPE member since 2013
Untitled
Salt Print/Prescription Medication

Brian Culbertson

SPE member since 2013
Untitled
Salt Print/Prescription Medication

Brian Culbertson

SPE member since 2013
Untitled
Salt Print/Prescription Medication

Brian Culbertson

SPE member since 2013
Untitled
Salt Print/Prescription Medication

about

Brian Culbertson is a photo-based artist currently living in Greenville, North Carolina. As a student of photography Brian has worked with everything from historic 19th century processes, to advanced digital image making technology. He creates images combining traditional and digital processes in an attempt to create work that focuses on the end result, the images created, and not the process used to create them.

Brian recently started working towards his MFA Photography degree at East Carolina University in Greenville NC, with a projected completion date of May 2018

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