Michael Evans
Michael Evans

Michael Evans discovered photography during his college years after buying a secondhand 35mm camera.  He went on to major in film production and later worked as a television producer and still photographer.  After more than thirty years behind the lens, he still finds photography as intriguing as the day he picked up his first camera. His work has appeared in solo and group exhibitions, as well as major newspapers, books, and magazines. Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, Michael now lives in Colombia, where he works as a writer and photographer.

Publications
LensWork – Issue #65 (July/August 2006)
International Living
The City Paper
The New York Times

Clients
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Clinton / Gore Campaign
Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson
Facing History and Ourselves
United Way
International Living

Group Exhibitions
California Modern Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA (2006)
Space Gallery, San Francisco, CA (2005)
The Cookie Factory, Memphis, TN (1994)

Interviews
LensWork EXTENDED #65 (May 2006) by Brooks Jensen