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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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Zachary McCauley

Zachary
McCauley

SPE Member since 2013
Member Chapter: South Central

Zachary McCauley

SPE member since 2013
WAVE
HD Video

Zachary McCauley

SPE member since 2013
Hannah and Blackberries
Archival Pigment Print

Zachary McCauley

SPE member since 2013
Blackberry Bush
Archival Pigment Print

Zachary McCauley

SPE member since 2013
Orange Trees and Self-Portrait
Archival Pigment Print

Zachary McCauley

SPE member since 2013
Our First Home
Archival Pigment Print

Zachary McCauley

SPE member since 2013
Accolades
Archival Pigment Print

Zachary McCauley

SPE member since 2013
Will's Shed
Archival Pigment Print

Zachary McCauley

SPE member since 2013
Deer, Tree, and Snake
Archival Pigment Print

Zachary McCauley

SPE member since 2013
Two Carvers
Archival Pigment Print

Zachary McCauley

SPE member since 2013
Abandoned Corndog Seven
Archival Pigment Print

about

Zachary McCauley's (b.1988 Anniston, AL) work primarily explores ideas of identity, family, ritual, and interpretation through photography, video, audio, and performance. He received his BFA in Studio Art with a concentration in photography from Jacksonville State University in 2011.

His work has been exhibited across the nationally and published in national magazines such as Aint-Bad Magazine and PDNedu. Most recently Zachary was honored to receive the grand prize in the Fine Art/Personal Work category in the 12th annual PDNedu Student Photography Competition.

Zachary lives in Ruston, LA with his wife Hannah Cooper McCauley, also a photographer. Both are pursuing an MFA in Photography at Louisiana Tech University.

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