The gears, technology, and moving parts that make digital art is what interested Jeremy Garretson. Photography had been a college elective, but that had its own gears, too. It was standing in the middle of the abandoned Pilgrim State Hospital behind the lens of a film camera that first piqued his interest in photography. This moment led Garretson to where he stands today, inside his newly opened studio gallery in Greenport, sharing how his subjects grew from abandoned buildings to landscapes and the evolution of his work as an artist.
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