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2019 Annual Conference

Cleveland

March 07-10, 2019

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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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Skott Chandler

Skott
Chandler

SPE Member since 2007
Member Chapter: Southwest

Skott Chandler

SPE member since 2007
Untitled Bedroom 1
Archival Inkjet

Skott Chandler

SPE member since 2007
The Pacific Ocean
Archival Pigment

Skott Chandler

SPE member since 2007
Untitled Living Room 1
Archival Inkjet

Skott Chandler

SPE member since 2007
Devils Tower
Archival Pigment

Skott Chandler

SPE member since 2007
Untitled Piano Room
Archival Inkjet

Skott Chandler

SPE member since 2007
The Frozen Tundra
Archival Pigment

Skott Chandler

SPE member since 2007
Untitled Dining Room
Archival Inkjet

Skott Chandler

SPE member since 2007
Uluru - Ayers Rock
Archival Pigment

Skott Chandler

SPE member since 2007
Untitled Breakfast Nook
Archival Inkjet

Skott Chandler

SPE member since 2007
Hillary Step, Mount Everest
Archival Pigment

about

Skott Chandler is a photographic artist, and educator at Black Hills State University in Spearfish, South Dakota. Skott came to photography late in his undergraduate career while studying Studio Art at Southern Utah University. During that time he experimented with the photographic medium, testing his limits and ideals of photography.

After graduating from Southern Utah University as the Outstanding Graduate of Art and Design, Skott decided to further pursue his photographic career in the MFA program at Savannah College of Art and Design. While attending SCAD, he was chosen for a scholarship to help the school create a book and photograph archive of the swiftly vanishing historic buildings in the Sham Shui Po district of Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Skott has exhibited throughout the United States, as well as internationally in Bordeaux, France, Hong Kong, and Geneva, Switzerland

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