About the Author

Stacy Baugher
Blurbarian Since January 2012
Name Stacy Baugher
My Web Site www.stacybaugher.wordpress.com
Location Clinton, Mississippi, United States
Gender Male
My Occupation Administrative Assistant by job. Photographer and Artist by birth.
My Bio A trained artist as far back as his formative years, Stacy Baugher now focuses on photography, but still dabbles in woodblock printing, batik tulis and other forms of expression.

While he shoots with digital, his true love is still the film that he first learned on. He is often heard saying, "The way you get the image is not as important as getting it and conveying your message." As a result, he has an eclectic style and intrests which range from rural and urban landscapes, portraiture, architecture, still life and even music photography. If it interest him, he will photograph it.

He currently lives in Clinton, Mississippi in the United States with his wife, two kids, and far to many projects. Find out more at his blog, www.stacybaugher.com, his online portfolio, www.stacybaugherphotography.com or his twitter feed, @swbphoto.

SACRED: Portraits in Stone, is his first book.

Books by this author

Things I Don't Mind The World Knowing

Spoiler alert: I'm thinking my next book will be about...
artist. We see the after, but how often do we see the before. But that may change at any time. Maybe I'll do musician portraits, or Southern Decay, or a study of pink flamingos. You never know exactly what will strike me as interesting.
Everyone needs to know about these authors and artists...
Cinematographer Russell Metty - His work on classic films such as Touch Of Evil, The Misfits, and Spartacus can give you a new way of looking at lighting & shadow.

Mixed Media Artist H.C. Porter - Based out of Vicksburg, Mississippi, she is one of those artist who's vision can suprise you in the most pleasent ways. A lovely lady to speak with, her gallery in Vicksburg is a must stop place to visit.
This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)
Harper Lee only wrote one book, To Kill A Mockingbird, but it will astonish you. Having been born and raised in Mississippi, so many parts of this book just speak to me. Each time I read it it is as if I am visiting an old friend and sharing a glass of sweet tea. I've been driven to tears by some of its passages and laughed out loud at others. It is my favorite book of all time and I cannot recommend it enough.