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    • Ewa Giełgud

      TransverseAlchemy: Jamie Baldridge Photography: more beautiful weirdness.

    • Becky Quirk

      amazing hat

    • Kirstin

      Jamie Baldridge was born in 1975 in southern US. His childhood was a boring one, as the artist itself declares. He studyied Theology and Creative Writing at Louisiana State University, but somehow he got his BFA in Photography. His works envision dark an gloomy scenery, with a surreal touch.

    • jmoffos

      One of the most amazing artists of my generation.

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