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Thinking Aloud
The Photography of John Telford
John Telford's photographs have been exhibited in more than 70 solo and group shows in the United States and throughout the world. They have been published extensively, including over 50 book cover photographs. Telford has authored and co-authored fourteen books which include, Coyote's Canyon, Utah: A Portrait, and Nauvoo. His works have been acquired by numerous public and private collections, including the International Center of Photography, New York City; the New York City Museum; and the State Department of Washington, D. C.; as well as local institutions such as the Utah Museum of Fine Arts and the Brigham Young University Special Collections. Telford is today's guest on Thinking Aloud. He discusses his rarely seen black and white photographs, which were inspired by Ansel Adams, with whom Telford studied in the 1970s. You can view the exhibit at the Springville Museum of Art through November 30, 2008.—Original airdate: 11/24/2008

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