Craig Morey

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Craig Morey was born in 1952 in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, in the Midwestern U.S. He attended Indiana University and studied with the noted Bauhaus artist, Henry Holmes Smith. In 1974, Morey moved to California, where he and a group of other young photographers founded San Francisco Camerawork, the first nonprofit center for photography on the West Coast. Camerawork Gallery was (and continues to be) devoted to showing the newest and most innovative work in contemporary photography. Morey served as Executive Director of SF Camerawork from its founding until 1981.

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Фотограф прославлен высоким стилем, который он “возрождает в наш мир”. Фотографии Мори, заключены в чёрно белый формат. На его снимках всегда красуются девушки с обнажёнными телами. Много девушек! Много стиля. Иногда в снимках присутствует жестокость, у моделей частенько завязаны глаза, связаны руки и видны письки, но к стилю это никакого отношения не имеет. Он все равно высокий. Каждая фотография подчёркивает ту или иную деталь тела. Иногда две. Есть еще студия Морея, но какое имеет она отношение к Craig – не знаю. Так что остается насладиться высоким стилем

Craig Morey – Fine Artist

Emeryville, CA – United States

Craig Morey was born in 1952 in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, in the Midwestern U.S. He attended Indiana University and studied with the noted Bauhaus artist, Henry Holmes Smith. In 1974, Morey moved to California, where he and a group of other young photographers founded San Francisco Camerawork, the first nonprofit center for photography on the West Coast. Camerawork Gallery was (and continues to be) devoted to showing the newest and most innovative work in contemporary photography. Morey served as Executive Director of SF Camerawork from its founding until 1981.

During the same period, Morey’s personal work with abstract and whimsical black & white nudes garnered numerous exhibitions and awards, including a Special Jury Prize at the International Triennial of Photography in Friebourg, Switzerland, and First Prize at the California State Exposition. He was also named one of five worldwide ‘Discoveries’ by the editors of Time-Life’ Books.

In 1981, Morey left San Francisco Camerawork to pursue a free-lance photography career. His clients since then have included hundreds of magazines, such as Architectural Digest, San Francisco Focus, California Magazine, Interview, Newsweek, Penthouse, Cupido, and the Journal of Erotica. He also works for corporate clients, including Apple Computer, The Gap, Bechtel Corp., Levi Strauss, Avon, Neutrogena and Wells Fargo Bank.