James Rice

Carmel, IN

James Rice is an Indiana-based documentary photographer whose roots in photography go back to the days of black and white film in the late 1950's. His father was a civil engineer and his mother was an aspiring artist who introduced him to photography when he was 6 years old. James is inspired by the work of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Elliott Erwitt, Robert Frank, Walker Evans, Vivian Maier, Peter Turnley, David Turnley, and Craig Semetko.

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