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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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Janet Neuhauser

SPE Member since 2012
Member Chapter: Northwest


I have been working for the last several years on a project called Nighttime. Most of these images have been made in the Georgetown and South Park neighborhoods of Seattle which are a mixture of industrial and residential structures, train yards, factories, overpasses, trailers, small homes and beautiful gardens. Situated at the end of Boeing Field, Georgetown in particular endures an enormous amount of truck, train and airplane traffic. Recently the Argo Yard Bridge, connecting the neighborhood to downtown Seattle via Airport Way was closed for reconstruction for 18 months. It was a time of heavy construction on the bridge mixed with greatly reduced truck traffic along the streets. The freeway, the train yards, the Duwamish River and Boeing Field rim the neighborhood. These edges are a mixture of noise, movement and solitude that comes with the silence after the trains pass, and in the alleys after planes land and on the streets when the trucks have rumbled on by. The Nighttime portfolio is a work in progress. which continues to evolve and change, just as Georgetown and South Park do. . All images are shot with low ISO, long exposure digital capture and printed on rag paper with archival inks. Please inquire about print availability, size and pricing. A portfolio of 30 prints 18 x 12 is in the process of being printed, in an edition of 25.

South Park Bridge

Behind the Hangar Cafe

Stanley at Albro

North from the Albro Bridge

Boeing Field Apartments

Lucille Crossing

Behind the Cold Storage

Stanley at Albro Looking South

Stanley at Albro #2

Under the Argo Bridge

Tracks off Airport Way at Oregon

Lucille at Airport Way

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