Randall Connaughton, a trained architect, left practice to complete an MFA in photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Born in New York and raised in Hawaii and Miami, Randall explores the contrasts of the urban and natural environments, and his photographic approach emphasizes a sensitivity to the nuances of light. He is the resident photographer of the internationally acclaimed Thorncrown Chapel, and his photographs of historic buildings are in the Library of Congress and the J. Paul Getty Museum. He currently resides in Atlanta, where he practices architectural photography and exhibits landscape photographs.
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