This 6th annual exhibition is organized by The Clara Martin Center and hosted by the White River Craft Center, a long-time community partner. Each year there is an open call to all Vermont artists and writers to participate. The response is heartfelt and beautiful, a reflection of the talents and artistic explorations of the community.
Born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Matt moved to Vermont when he was 2. Lived in Queechee first then grew up in Burlington, where he calls home. About 10 years ago, he moved to Randolph and fell in love with Vermont that he has never experienced before.
His style of photography consists of dramatic landscapes, conceptual portraiture and award-winning wedding work introduced by his good friend and artist, Bryce Homick.
Matt can spend an entire day completely wiping himself out either hiking the mountains to take photos or shooting a wedding and if someone asks him an hour after he finish if he would shoot again, the answer will be - Yes.
“Photography became the focus of my life”
With the support of his wife and daughter, Matt gets to pursue his passion and explore the world more through his travels and photography.
Adapted text from Kuya's at One Main where this exhibition was originally showcased