About Justin
Justin James King is an artist/photographer living in New York City whose work has been shown internationally. He is currently working on a project that expands on his interest in landscape and memory, taking inspiration from the remnants of a devastating hurricane that changed the course of a river in rural Vermont. When he’s not working in his studio or traveling to shoot locations he can often be found at one of these fine places.
http://www.justinjamesking.com
Current city: New York
Justin James King is an artist/photographer living in New York City whose work has been shown internationally. He is currently working on a project that expands on his interest in landscape and memory, taking inspiration from the remnants of a devastating hurricane that changed the course of a river in rural Vermont. When he’s not working in his studio or traveling to shoot locations he can often be found at one of these fine places.
 
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