Current Advisory Board
Without the genuine concern, guidance, and participation of this stellar cast of professionals, SlowExposures would not be where it is today. We cannot thank you enough!
Jerry Atnip: Fine art photographer, Nashville, TN
Wes Cochran: Collector of works on paper, LaGrange, GA
Gary Gruby: Gary Gruby is a self-taught fine art and commercial photographer who has made a living with his camera for over 30 years. His commercial work for corporate clients has him photographing a wide range of subjects, but portraits have always held his interest. His personal work includes “A Portrait of Senoia” given as a permanent loan to the Senoia Area Historical Society. He works from his midtown Atlanta studio and currently conducts the Cumberland Island Safari- a weeklong retreat for artists and nature lovers.
Amy Miller: After receiving her MFA at Pratt Institute and working in a NY photo gallery, Amy returned to her beloved South and became Gallery Director for Fay Gold Gallery in Atlanta, a position she held for seven years. She began her career as Executive Director of Atlanta Celebrates Photography (ACP) in 2007. Every October, ACP produces the largest annual, community-oriented photography festival in the United States.
Doug Eng: A Jacksonville, FL native and resident, Doug Eng is a photographer and installation artist whose visual interests are urban and natural landscapes. Eng’s recent projects focus on raising awareness of deforestation and the effects of climate change on the health of our forests. An engineer and software programmer by education and trade, Eng is pursuing a lifelong interest in the visual arts and has established a reputation for unique imagery and meaningful public projects.
Eng received his BS and MA degrees at Cornell University studying structural engineering and architecture. This combination of arts and science germinated his interests in natural forms, systems, and design. Photography became the ideal medium to support his studies and document his particular view of the world.
Eng was selected three times as a Critical Mass Finalist and his work has been exhibited widely in the southeast. His projects Streaming South and On Fertile Ground were featured in LensWork magazine, and Eng has won numerous IPA Awards for nature and fine art images. Eng’s studio is located in the CoRK Arts District in Jacksonville.
Remembering Anderson Scott
The volunteers of SlowExposures were very sad to hear of the death
of Anderson Scott, a member of our Advisory Board and
an early supporter of our show and its mission.
Anderson was a wonderful example of a life well-lived, but much too short.
Anderson Butler Scott, age 58, died on January 11, 2020, at his home in Atlanta, Georgia, following a two-year battle with lung cancer. His final days were spent quietly with his family. He is survived by his wife, Amy Miller, his children, Mary Amanda Scott and Anderson Baytop Scott, and their mother, Amanda Barber Scott all of Atlanta, his father, James Marks Scott, his sister, Fairlie Scott Herron, and his brother James Marks Scott, Jr., all of Montgomery, Alabama. Anderson was predeceased by his mother, Vivian Butler Scott, of Montgomery.
Anderson was born in September, 1961, in Montgomery, Alabama. He attended the Montgomery Academy, Jefferson Davis High School, the Millbrook School of Millbrook, New York (Valedictorian), Davidson College (B.A., English Literature, 1984), Yale University (Master of Fine Art, 1987, Albers Scholar and Departmental Prize for Excellence), and Emory University (J.D., 1993).
Both attorney and artist, Anderson was a partner at the law firm of Fisher Phillips as well as a published and exhibited photographer. He lived a happy life full of long runs, weekend photographic jaunts to find the odd and interesting, and family trips to distant lands. He had great pride in his law practice and much love for those dear to him – children, wife, family, and large concentric and eccentric circles of friends.
Anderson’s photographic works are held in numerous private, corporate, and museum collections both great and small including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the National Museum of American History, The Smithsonian, the High Museum, and The Museum of Modern Art. A monograph of his photographic work was published by the University of Chicago Press.
** All photographs above by Ellen Tew unless otherwise credited.