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From an early age the artist was fascinated with the social interactions & anthropology aspects of photography as well as the mechanics of building cameras and controlling light.

    After George Evan received his Bachelors degree in literature from the American University, he went on to study at the Brooks Institute of photography; where he was mentored by artist Joyce Wilson. At 24 years, he was managing the studio and retouching for David LaChapelle and afterwards went on to assist and tech for many other photographers including Annie Leibovitz, Walter Iooss, Yu Tsai, Mark Seliger, Ruven Afanador, Vanina Sorrenti, and Jill Greenberg. He now resides in New York City and works as a conceptual portrait photographer/ director, with clients ranging from international fashion+beauty brands and publications to tech start-ups and non-profits.  His focus is to use the camera and the art of story-telling to leave the world a better place than he found it.