"Child, Mozambique, 1990": "When I arrived in Mozambique it was not safe to leave the capital, Maputo. This photograph was made on the edge of town."

"Lindsay At Breakfast, 1980s": "My son at the breakfast table. He is also my favorite poet. His book, No Elegies, came out this spring."  


Harry Wilson is a retired professor of art at Bakersfield College. He has had solo exhibits of his photographs at the de Young Museum of Art in San Francisco and at the Bakersfield Museum of Art, as well as in galleries and art centers around the country. His work has also been published in Rolling Stone, The Sun, Cerise Press, and Zyzzyva among others. He still uses film and a darkroom.

To see more of his work and to change your life, please visit his website


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