May 1st, 2013

Episode 66: Jody Fausett

Jody Fausett is an Atlanta-based photographer whose work primarily features his family in their homes, which he transforms into dark, surreal settings. Fausett grew up in North Georgia, went to school in Atlanta, and spent many years living in New York and shooting commercial and fashion photography. Throughout it all, Fausett has been continually drawn back to his family as his primary subjects. 

Topics include: the Nexus biennial, working in a NYC design studio, Fausett’s book “Second Place,” and paying the bills. 


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 Out There Atlanta is sponsored by BurnAway.organ online art magazine for engaged dialogue about the arts.

Music for this podcast was provided by M.S.I.F.



"Wake Up Alive" from series "Snake Eyes," 2008


"Red" from series "Unfinished Business," 2011


"Pale Pink" from the series "Million Years," 2013


Photo of Jody by Bret Busch

All images courtesy of Jody Fausett


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