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Laurie Tennent’s project, Botanicals, showcases large scale scanned images of the natural world. Her stunning reproductions have been exhibited nationally and internationally, recently in a solo show in Paris. She was described as “a photographer who is conscious of the current preoccupations in society, the environment, nature close up and from afar, from the most simplistic and fragile occurrences”. Laurie’s leave-behind was en exquisite small book of Botanical images, a teaser for her new book of the same title.
Laurie is a wedding, portrait, and fine art photographer from Birmingham, Michigan, and her work has appeared in The Knot, Hour Magazine, Style, Metropolitan Detroit, and Town and Country magazines.
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