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Steve Gatlin is a photographer in every sense of the word. Since the age of nine, he has seen the world through a camera lens. He has documented everything from his personal travels and adventures, to weddings and portraits, to covering stories as a Combat Correspondent in the United States Marines Corps.
In November of 2003, Gatlin took a photograph that has since started frenzy for his work. It is encompassed in “The Beauty Project,” a series of nudes taken at night in public places. The entire project is shot, processed and printed from film by Gatlin in his own studio, where he has honed his craft for more than 20 years.
In April of 2005, Gatlin co-produced a short documentary about “The Beauty Project”, which went on to play in numerous film festivals around the world. It was this film that inspired Gatlin to create his next project, “Beauty 24.” He traveled the country for 24 days, visiting 24 states to take one picture per day until he filled a single roll of film.
Gatlin has now branched out into other areas of filmmaking. He has produced video segments for the George Lucas Educational Foundation, the San Francisco Giants, San Francisco SAFE, as well as numerous short and feature films, instructional and music videos.
The artist feels as though he is just scratching the surface with “Beauty,” and is setting his sights on revealing it to the world.
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