Don Hudson, a member of the Burn My Eye collective that is showing its work at RayKo Photo Center during the festival, will be giving a presentation with T.C. Lin on Friday night, June 10, at about 6:15 PM. Don has been shooting street photography for over forty years, and has an amazing archive of photos that stretches back to the 1970s.
Here is how Don describes himself:
“I was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1950 and have lived in the area my entire life. In 1972 I decided to act on my love of photography and enrolled in art school. During my two years there I studied the language, both the history and the history-in-making, honed my technical skills, and most importantly, began an association with like-minded souls playing the game of photography. For 40 years, through peaks and valleys of activity, my playing of the game has been about my personal relationship with how the camera describes the appearance of truth in a photograph. You will have to look at the photographs for further explanation. I consider myself a thoughtful, and proudly amateur photographer. A book of my photographs from the last century, From The Archives, has recently been published in France.”
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