It’s quintessential Americana. Terry Heffernan’s Objects of the Civil War is a series of still life portraits, a retrospective snapshot that salutes the ghosts of a time long past. Recently submitted to the Photography Annual 2016 competition, is a piece was created in conjunction with assistant and retoucher Pammi Simone.
Terry Heffernan is a California-based still life photographer and director who owns Dogpatchstudios, a photo, film and event place. He specializes in photographing product and food/beverage products.
Mr. Heffernan is a consistent Graphis contributor, who has won two of Graphis’ most prestigious Platinum awards for his Instrument Photograph and his American Icons: Fly Fishing Series, in addition to 2 Silvers, 9 Golds, and 1 Merit.
Last year, Graphis saw a surfeit of Photography from California artists, including RJ Muna’s stunning Achok, which won a Platinum. The image was a deconstructed nun’s habit that was manipulated to contrast the architectural features of the model.
The Graphis Photography Competition features some of the most compelling and influential design of the year from across the world. Gold and Platinum awards, along with winning entries, will be published in the Photography Annual 2016. Submit your work to the competition here.