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Featured Artist - Joe St.Pierre





"Documenting my life has always been something I felt I had to do. Even when I was younger, I always tried to hold onto memories and places in my head for as long as I could. I think it comes down to my fear of forgetting. If I’m not documenting my experiences and the people who I share them with, I fear those feelings I had in that moment will disappear. I am addicted to the emotions that come along with photography more than the act of composing and I hope that is what my work portrays. I want people to feel something when you look at my photographs or have a glimpse into someone’s personality. It may be old fashion but I live my life around the saying ‘a picture says a thousand words’." - Joe St.Pierre

Joe is available for commissions and you can contact him through his website:

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