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Shadows of the Gullah Geechee at the South Carolina State Library

February 27, 2018 - Posted in Education by Bette Jamison

“Shadows of the Gullah Geechee" by Pete Marovich.

The work explores the lives and culture of the Gullah Geechee people in communities from Hog Hammock on Sapelo Island, Ga., to Mosquito Beach on Sol Legare Island, S.C. The project captures everyday moments of work, play, worship and resilience of the Gullah Geechee people as they are under increasing pressures from encroaching development and rising taxes. Artist Bio: Award-winning photojournalist Pete Marovich has been working as a professional photographer for 30 years since starting as a staff photographer at a medium-sized daily newspaper in Indiana and as a stringer for the Associated Press. His photography has appeared in Time Magazine, The New York Times, Newsweek, The Financial Times, The Christian Science Monitor, Esquire, The Wall Street Journal, Mother Jones, Sports Illustrated, Woman's World, The Huffington Post, Politico, Essence, Bloomberg Businessweek, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and The Daily Beast. He is a founding member of the photography collective, American Reportage.

For more information on Pete Marovich, visit www.petemarovichimages.com.

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