About the Artist
Bill Finger is a Seattle-based artist whose work is a re-imagining of movie sets that he worked on during his career as an Assistant Cameraman. Each photograph begins with the construction of a set in miniature. Once photographed, his sets are then destroyed. As with a film set, each is a temporal object that only exists as an image.
In 2005 Bill received his MFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology. His work can be found in the permanent collection of the George Eastman House Museum of Photography and has been shown in both the US and Canada. Most recently, Bill has been featured in CityArts.
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