Phil is a lifelong resident of Maine. He studied at Bowdoin College and the Art Institute of Chicago. He has been in numerous shows throughout Maine and nationally. He has participated in several Maine Biennials and juried shows. He is currently working on the "life in digital age" and continuing the "Artists in Maine" series.
In His own words:
I have been a photographer since 1970 and photographing Maine artists since 1975. Of all the work I have done during these years this project brings me the most pleasure and inspiration. Meeting and photographing such talented and interesting people and doing it in a way that represents them as more than just "the artist next to a piece of work in the studio" has been a great challenge and pleasure. I look forward to many more years pursuing this project and the special artists this state nourishes. work embodies a life lived in beautiful, rural Downeast Maine.
Work in the Davistown Museum Permanent Collection
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