Walker Moore, kitchen, digital photography, 2019
I think of photos as memories, moments perfectly frozen in time. Whether it is a photo of an object like an old car or a place like an abandoned house, an image can trigger different emotions for different people. I am drawn to the rusted and weathered beauty of things that have been well used and the energy that has been imprinted on them over the years.
Walker Moore is a recent graduate of Ben Franklin Academy where he studied drawing, painting, digital and film photography, and sculpture. He is also a self-taught wood and metal worker. Walker will be attending Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts in the fall of 2020 to pursue a career in photography.