September 30-November 15
Artist Talk & Reception: Tuesday, October 7, 4pm
Brendan Bullock’s Travel Journals exhibition at Maine Media Gallery serves as a documentation of his experiences across land and sea. Enticed by events world wide, Bullock has found himself amidst the largest livestock festival, Puskar Mela, in India; documenting humanitarian projects throughout Peru and Tanzania; and exploring the desolate ghost towns of Newfoundland. Using photography as a catalyst for interaction, Bullock’s deeply intimate images capture the visual and emotional moments most important to him. On photographing his travels, Bullock states, “I have strongly felt the experiences I have while traveling, and the interactions with those that I encounter, are more important than the pictures.”
Brendan Bullock received his B.A. in Liberal Arts at St. John’s College in 2001. He then moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico in 2001 where he worked in fine art galleries while also assisting several fine art and documentary photographers. He relocated to Maine where he worked at Maine Media Workshops as a teaching assistant from 2009-2011 and taught his first solo workshop in 2014. Currently Bullock is a full time freelance portrait, editorial, and wedding photographer, as well as a nationally exhibiting fine artist.