David R. Hanlon
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David R. Hanlon is a Missouri native and has been a practicing photographer for 25 years. The images he has created during this time have concentrated on the characteristics and issues of landscape, architecture and portraiture. From 1990 - 2001 Hanlon was the chief photographer of the archaeological excavation at Tell Tuneinir in Syria, displaying and having his work published in venues throughout the United States and the Middle East. His photographs are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the University of Kentucky Museum of Art, and numerous private collections.
David has taught at St. Louis Community College at Meramec since 1990. A researcher and writer about early photography, Hanlon recently had an essay entitled "Souvenir de l'Orient: Leavitt Hunt's Album of Wonders" published in an exhibition catalogue produced by the Bennington Museum.