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Tillworth Enterprises Incorporated, Oct 25, 2014 - Portrait photography - 96 pages
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"The project called Townsfolk is a series of environmental photographic portraits and essays based on personal reflections from both those who have maintained their long family traditions with a strong emphasis on their German heritage and those more recent settlers who have not only made a considerable difference and set their own mark on the town, but have also assured its continuance. Bernard Mendoza is a master at capturing the spirit and the heart of his subjects while guiding the viewers on a visual journey through time woven with the personalities and histories of an exceptional town in America. Marilyn Albert, in her wonderful essays, shares the experiences and unique stories of the individual and the town of Round Top"

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Bernard has an international reputation as a portrait and reportage photographer with his work being collected, exhibited and published in some the world's major institutions including The National Portrait Gallery in London, the Smithsonian, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, The Royal Photographic Society in the UK, and the Denver Art Museum. His work has appeared in such prestigious publications as the University of Michigan Quarterly Review, the M.I.L.K. trilogy on Family, Love and Friendship, The Art Directors Index to Photographers and the Denver Confluence of the Arts, amongst others.

Marilyn, who has a Masters degree in Social Science with an emphasis on Cultural and Media Studies, made her reputation writing on social issues, and is responsible for some of the major works created for the country's leading health care institutions and corporations.

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