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Edward Muennich grew up in southwest Ohio and has lived in Oregon, Alaska, the Czech Republic, and Maine as of 1995. He has worked as a carpenter and a studio assistant for jewelers, potters, and other crafters. Currently he lives on Mount Desert Island and has a camp in Piscataquis County.
Edward has a background in arts and crafts, primarily painting and drawing, but has come to photography relatively recently. Some of his images are playing with long exposure- giving water an ethereal quality, or creating "double images"; in others he is capturing interesting natural events such as sea smoke or reflections. All of the images are a result of his exploring places he loves, looking in depth for compositions that excite him.
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The Maine Magazine- Article and photo August-2015
Photo in the Boston Globe online January-2018
Photo selected for the Acadia National Park Superintendent Holiday greeting card December-2018
Photo selected to "Ben's Picks" of DownEast Magazine
Solo exhibition in the Thompson Free Library August-2019
Photo and essay in the Friends of Acadia Journal, Winter 2021, page 33.
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