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March 01-04, 2018

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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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Peter Baumgartner

Peter
Baumgartner

SPE Member since 2015
Member Chapter: Northeast

Peter Baumgartner

SPE member since 2015
Hanoi market
Digital archival print(s)

Peter Baumgartner

SPE member since 2015
26 secs in the Guggenheim
Digital archival print(s)

Peter Baumgartner

SPE member since 2015
90 secs with Bubble Man
Digital archival print(s)

Peter Baumgartner

SPE member since 2015
The Great Court
Digital archival print(s)

Peter Baumgartner

SPE member since 2015
36th and 3rd
Digital archival print(s)

Peter Baumgartner

SPE member since 2015
Waiting to cross
Digital archival print(s)

Peter Baumgartner

SPE member since 2015
Metropolo Hotel
Digital archival print(s)

Peter Baumgartner

SPE member since 2015
The Bund Revisited
Digital archival print(s)

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Peter J Baumgartner Bio Peter J Baumgartner’s fine art photography is characterized by the deliberate manipulation of landscape and wildlife imagery to visualize natural forces and explore living ecologies. His photographs have been exhibited in group shows nationally as well as online. Ten of his landscapes are in the collection of the National Film Board of Canada. In 2004, Sheridan House published his well-reviewed book, London Goes To Sea, about his restoration of an old sailboat which he then sailed along the New England coast. In 2007, he extended the narrative in a blog which includes many of his photographs. Baumgartner, as a student at Tufts University, studied photography with the School of the Museum of Fine Arts faculty. He is founder and CEO of a company which specializes in creating software tools for publishers and translators.

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