Emily Earl is a photographer based in her hometown of Savannah, GA, where she has spent the last nineteen years documenting the faces that make up this quirky, sultry town. She uses moments of darting eye contact and unabashed body language to tell stories on film.

She received a BFA in Photography in 2007 from the Savannah College of Art and Design. In 2017 she won the Portfolio 2017 High Museum Purchase Award at the APG Gallery in Atlanta, and has work in many private collections as well. She has been featured by the New Yorker Magazine as well as Polaroid.

Emily is a founding member, and also serves as Director of Public Relations & Special Events at Sulfur Studios, a community art space in Savannah. Emily is also the owner and operator of Prismatic Prints, a fine art print shop that offers image scanning, editing & design, printing, mounting and framing services.

Prints are available for purchase HERE

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