Aspen Buffet, Colorado Springs, 2012
From the series, When You're Out There
9x9" image on 10x10" paper
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David Politzer was born in Washington DC and earned an MFA from Syracuse University. He is the recipient of the 2012 Houston Center for Photography Carol Crow Fellowship. His work was seen recently at The Art Salon (New Orleans), The Syracuse International Film Festival, Lawndale Art Center (Houston) and Vox Populi (Philadelphia). In September one of his photographs from "When You're Out There" will be included in Photo Forum 2012 at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. He was an artist in residence at Yaddo, the Skowhegan School, Roswell Artist in Residence, the Museum of Northern Arizona and Lawndale Art Center. Politzer lives and works in Houston, TX where he is Assistant Professor of Photography and Digital Media at the University of Houston.