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Press Release
Cameron Hughes,
Creative Director

Missy McLamb Photographers, Inc.

Missy McLamb Gallery to open at Fearrington Village


February 23, 2007 – Photographer Missy McLamb, whose wedding clients include the children of Mia Farrow, Stephen King, and Erskine Bowles, is opening a contemporary photography gallery at Fearrington Village.

The gallery’s first exhibition “Progeny: Portraits of Childhood” opens April 2 and includes color photographs from four photographers.

The gallery will promote and sell contemporary photography from fine-art photographers and photojournalists who are based throughout the country. The gallery will also house the offices of Missy McLamb Photographers, a full-service photography agency McLamb began in 1995 that hires photographers to artfully preserve the most memorable times in a family’s life.

“The mission of the gallery is twofold. We want to exhibit and sell the deeply personal and beautiful work of our photographers as well as connect these photographers with private clients who are interested in hiring an artist to document their lives and the lives of their families,” said studio producer M.C. Byrne.

Missy McLamb is founder of Missy McLamb Photographers, a North Carolina-based documentary photography agency whose photographers’ images regularly appear in the editorial pages of the New York Times, Washington Post and Martha Stewart Weddings. Missy and her associates employ an unobtrusive approach and combine documentary and fine art imagery with classic portraiture in both black and white and color photographs. Missy recently appeared live on NBC’s the Today Show to discuss “Myself Together Again,” a recent book project where Missy photographed the reconstruction surgery of breast cancer survivor Debbie Horowitz.

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