All photographs © Michael Novara
Michael Novara, originally from New York City, is a Pittsburgh attorney. He studies photography at Pittsburgh Filmmakers, is a member of the Pittsburgh Society of Artists and AgWorks, a photographic artist’s collective. He is interested in documentary photography, and his work has been shown at a number of Pittsburgh galleries and at the Silver Eye Center for Photography. His photographs of a local Amish community will be on exhibit at the Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts in New Castle, Pa., in July 2014.
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