Robert Hill Long works in portraiture, narrative photo-essays, candid photography, and meditative/place-based sequences. His work has been exhibited at the Downtown Initiative for the Visual Arts, Dot Dotson’s Photography, and New Zone. He posts current photographs at R/lo Graf, and contributes to Rangefinder Forum as rhl-oregon. Use the contact form to start a conversation about an event, portrait, place or process you’d like to see documented online or in print through evocative, empathetic and lyrical imagery.
Robert Hill Long is also the author of six books: Walking Wounded, The Kilim Dreaming, The Wire Garden, The Effigies, The Work of the Bow, and The Power to Die. His poems and flash fictions have been published in the US and abroad for 40 years. Raised in North Carolina, he lives in western Oregon. Visit his literary site here.
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