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Matthew Wayne LaFary was born and raised in Bargersville, IN, a small farm town on the outskirts of the Indianapolis suburbs. In 1999 he was accepted to Savannah College of Art and Design where he would go on to study painting, printmaking, illustration, and three-dimensional animation. In 2003 he graduated Summa Cum Laude, receiving his BFA, and returned home to work in Indianapolis, Indiana. Matthew now works as Art Director and Build Designer for an Indianapolis based design and
I make all of my images on film with fully manual cameras. The images are as much about the process by which they are made and the experience of making them as they are about what they look like. I try to provide social commentary through direct observation and consider myself a fine art documentary photographer.
I shoot 35mm, medium format 120 rollfilm, and 3″x4″ and large format 4″x5″ instant peel apart packfilm. I work with a wide range of vintage cameras and utilize a vartiety of techniques and proceses. I am producing archival prints on Museo Silver Rag with Epson high density UltraChrome K3 pigment and 3″x4″ and 4″x5″ instant fuji prints.
original unframed prints $75-$275
BFA . Summa Cum Laude . Savannah College of Art and Design . 2003
ExpoDesign | Art Director – Build Designer
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