Photography Issue 2013 

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click to enlarge Kate Loehrer, “Girl with Lampshades,” East Nashville
  • Kate Loehrer, “Girl with Lampshades,” East Nashville

click to enlarge Danielle Holbert, “Man and Woman,” Five Points East Nashville
  • Danielle Holbert, “Man and Woman,” Five Points East Nashville

click to enlarge Matt Blair (, “Cinéma Vérité,” Nashville
  • Matt Blair (, “Cinéma Vérité,” Nashville

click to enlarge Lindsay Scott, “east Nashville”
  • Lindsay Scott, “east Nashville”

Meet the Judges

click to enlarge Heather Lose
  • Heather Lose
Heather Lose
Heather Lose is a dedicated film photographer, a graphic designer and radio host. For nine years, she has been shooting a photodocumentary project exploring the seasonal fireworks stands of Tennessee, and is currently designing a book to showcase the body of work. Heather is a full-time graphic design instructor at the Art Institute of Tennessee-Nashville. She programs and hosts The Honkytonk Jukebox on the Vol State station WVCP-FM, and is a weekend runner and home mixologist. Her work is in private collections in Illinois and Tennessee, and in the permanent collection at the Tennessee State Museum.

click to enlarge Susan E. Sherrick
  • Susan E. Sherrick
Susan E. Sherrick
Over the past 13 years, Susan E. Sherrick has worked for major galleries on both coasts, including David Zwirner, Fraenkel, Marian Goodman and Howard Greenberg. She resides in East Nashville and is currently working on a series of local pop-up galleries with Libby Callaway; the first two events will take place in April and June 2013. She curated a photography exhibition called Scenes From the South that will open on May 9 at New York's Howard Greenberg Gallery. The show includes work by William Eggleston, Lee Friedlander, Walker Evans, Robert Frank and many others, as well as Nashville photographers Caroline Allison, Joshua Black Wilkins, Jo McCaughey and David McClister.

click to enlarge Michael W. Bunch
  • Michael W. Bunch
Michael W. Bunch
A Kentuckian by birth and a photographer by nature, Michael W. Bunch has spent the past 18 years chasing the light, and the occasional storm, all over the U.S. and abroad. He now spends his time shooting for the Nashville Scene and various other SouthComm publications. When not behind the camera, you'll find him seeking out a nice camping spot (preferably near the water) or walking his recently acquired whippet puppy, Ichabod.

click to enlarge Eric England
  • Eric England
Eric England
A lifelong Tennessean, Eric England began taking photographs in the late '70s with a Kodak 110, following in the footsteps of his father who was a photographer in Sparta, Tenn. After graduating from Middle Tennessee State University in 1988 with a degree in mass communication, he moved to Nashville and worked as a photo assistant before heading out on his own as a freelance photographer. He became the Nashville Scene's staff photographer in 2004 while continuing to shoot for a variety of publications and corporate clients. He has won numerous awards, including a first place for photography in the national Alt Weekly Awards in 2011.

click to enlarge Laura Hutson
  • Laura Hutson
Laura Hutson
Laura Hutson is the Arts Editor at the Nashville Scene. She moved to Nashville from New York, where she graduated from NYU with a degree in art and anthropology and worked under award-winning European historian Tony Judt. She's also worked at CABINET magazine and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and she conducted archival research for the documentary film Looking for Lincoln, which aired on PBS.

* The Judges felt these two photographs deserved special recognition. The top three entries were very close, and the judges had a difficult time deciding between them. The Judges’ runner-up will also receive a prize.

click to enlarge MATT BLAIR
  • Matt Blair

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