An award-winning photojournalist based in New Orleans, Chris Granger is a staff photographer for The Times-Picayune|NOLA.com. His work also has appeared in Travel & Leisure, Saveur, Food & Wine, Garden & Gun, Sunset, Southern Living and many other publications. He has been the photographer for nine books, including Chef Donald Link’s Real Cajun, which won the James Beard Foundation’s award for Best American Cookbook, and the recently released "Building on the Past: Saving Historic New Orleans," published by the Preservation Resource Center.
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Describe your art in three words.
Describe yourself in one word.
What do you love the most about creating art in your community? What particular part of your immediate environment, in your neighborhood specifically influences your work?
Describe your creative process. Are there any rituals or rites of passage you exercise before you begin a new piece?
Where do you draw inspiration?
Who are your artistic influences or gurus?
In New Orleans, art and music go hand in hand. What type of music, band or song lyric best describes your work?
Where can we find you when you are not creating art?
What is your favorite time of day/day of the week/month of the year?
What is something people don’t know about you? A fun fact.
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