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2018 SPE Annual Conference: Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood / Hosted by The University of the Arts

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Clayton Young

Clayton
Young

SPE Member since 2009
Member Chapter: Southeast

Clayton Young

SPE member since 2009
Dirt Road, Alexander Co., NC
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Clayton Young

SPE member since 2009
Barn in Vines, Alexander Co., NC
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Clayton Young

SPE member since 2009
Barn, Iredell Co., NC
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Clayton Young

SPE member since 2009
Glendale Mill, Glendale, SC
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Clayton Young

SPE member since 2009
Tobacco Barn off Sulphur Springs Road, Alexander Co., NC
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Clayton Young

SPE member since 2009
NC Finishing
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Clayton Young

SPE member since 2009
Barn in Flower Field, Iredell Co., NC
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Clayton Young

SPE member since 2009
Pioneer Wagon Road
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Clayton Young

SPE member since 2009
Fisherman
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Clayton Young

SPE member since 2009
Ferry Crossing
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about

Clayton Joe Young is the Senior Professor for the Photographic Technology program at Catawba Valley Community College in Hickory, NC. Young is an award-winning photographer with a background in photojournalism whose work has been exhibited throughout the United States in solo and juried exhibitions. While a photojournalist Young won numerous awards with the North Carolina Press Association and North Carolina Press Photographers Association. In 2011, Young won Best In Show at the Appalachian Mountain Photography Competition. In 2014, Young earned the Certified Professional Photographers (CPP) designation from Professional Photographers of America. In May 2015, Young earned a MFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Young resides in Davidson, NC, with his wife, daughter, and son. When not teaching, Young spends time with his family and enjoys capturing the rich heritage of North Carolina.

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