|Blurbarian Since||August 2008|
|Business Name||David Underwood Fine Art Photography|
|Business Web Site||www.underwoodartworks.com|
|Location||Jefferson City, Tennessee|
|Business Phone Number||865-471-3572|
|About My Business||I make composite photographs using a variety of my own color and silver gelatin photographic prints that I have shot over a period of 25+ years, in a variety of locations. I'm still using film and have not yet done any original digital photo capture. I also make alternative process prints and composites with methods such as liquid light and cyanotype. My work is about the various possibilities and choices that photography itself offers.|
|Areas of Expertise||
My work is included in the permanent collections of a dozen museums, including the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the California Museum of Photography, and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
Check out more info and the "news" section on my web site.
I was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, and will always consider myself a mid-westerner. I grew up with grids, and I love 'em.
I finished my MFA (at Florida State University) in 1990, and began teaching art and photography the same year at Carson-Newman College, in Tennessee. I'm still at Carson-Newman College teaching, and I've been the Chairperson of our Art Department since 2000.