DIAL 546

A collaborative exploration of a house called Rowan Oak in Lafayette County, Mississippi.  DIAL 546 is about falling in love with a ghost, phantom cameras and missing film, and the unique experience of finding a home in someone else's house.  Written by Amanda Malloy, with all images on instant film taken with Polaroid cameras by David McCarty.  Newsprint.

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FOUND ON ROADSIDE DEAD is a 12 page newsprint photobook celebrating the beauty of American cars.  From the gleaming lights of Graceland shining on a Ferrari to a rusted hulk in Bogue Chitto, Mississippi, these steel monoliths are as beautiful as any art ever created.  The newspaper features an essay on growing up in love with cars and driving.

All images on instant film taken with Polaroid cameras by David McCarty.

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In 2014, ELECTRIC CITY was selected as part of the inaugural Blue Library held at the Press Street / Antenna Gallery for PhotoNOLA.  Among the 20 black and white images were three stories about listening to R.E.M., dodging calls from your parents, and freezing in Waffle Houses.

Read a review of Electric City by Pryme Editions.

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Every six months Southern Glossary publishes a magazine highlighting art by its contributors.  The second issue featured an interior spread of Polaroids as well as a back cover photograph by David.  The fourth issue featured an essay about family called Tiger Stripes.

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