In Focus Podcast
I like to view my camera as a time machine that takes to me to many places that have survived history…
FRANK C. GRACE
Welcome photographer Frank C. Grace to In-Focus Podcast Number 74. Frank has been photographing weird and wonderful New England for the last 15 years.
He has also ventured beyond New England to Russia and, Chernobyl of all places. He combines his camera and eye with Photoshop manipulation to bring out the surreal aspects of his subjects.
Frank says, he likes to try and make his images feel, “as what it was like to be there.” He has photographed everything from gorgeous scenery, to abandoned and decayed institutions. His photography also Includes historic and reportedly haunted locations.
“I like to view my camera as a time machine that takes to me to many places that have survived history and are still around to teach us something. If it’s weird, beautiful, or creepy, it’s for me!”
Listen in on this conversation as The Artist Index’s host, Ron Fortier delves more into Frank’s life, work, and future ambitions. This episode was recorded with Zoom during the pandemic of 2020. PLEASE SCROLL DOWN FOR THE PODCAST LINK or LISTEN HERE! (new episodes are added a short time after being posted here)
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Frank C. Grace
29 Morses Lane
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