Come visit beautiful downtown Bristol, Vermont and check out our latest exhibit at the Bristol Bakery & Cafe. The exhibit features new work, as well as some of our favorites, and will be up July 13 – Aug 13. Proceeds from this show will help to support the work we do with Vermont’s Green Mountain Club (GMC) and Vermont Natural Resources Council (VNRC), and our first five print buyers will also receive a gift certificate to the Bakery. We’ll hope to see you soon!
-Brian and Emily
(PS – Read press release about the show below the poster image below)
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 9, 2009
CONTACT: Brian Mohr ph 802-496-5434/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Wild People, Wild Places Opens in Downtown Bristol, VT
Photographic Exhibit Promotes Human-Powered Adventure, Wild Places
Bristol, VT – Moretown, VT based photographers Brian Mohr and Emily Johnson, regular contributors to the outdoor media – including Vermont Life, Skiing and Backcountry magazines – will bring their Wild People, Wild Places exhibit to the Bristol Bakery & Café in downtown Bristol, VT this July 13 through August 13, 2009. The exhibit more than twenty color and black & white images captured by the couple while adventuring on foot, skis, by bicycle and canoe – close to home here in Vermont and as far away as the southern Andes or the high Arctic.
“It is our hope that our images inspire others to enjoy and to help protect our state’s and our planet’s most amazing places,” says Mohr. “Reducing our energy and material consumption, buying locally, and supporting land and water conservation projects are just a few of the things we can do to ensure that our great, great grandkids can enjoy the kind of outdoor experiences we are lucky enough to have today.”
Adorning the main brick wall of the Bristol Bakery & Café from July 13 – Aug 13, 2009, the exhibit will be free and open to the public during the café’s normal business hours: Monday through Friday 6:30am – 3pm, and on Saturdays and Sundays 7:30am – 3pm. All photographs will be for sale, and 1% of all proceeds will be donated to conservation efforts here in Vermont.
Brian Mohr and Emily Johnson are co-owners of Ember Photography. They specialize in capturing striking outdoor images for a variety of editorial, non-profit and commercial clients, while taking on numerous wedding portrait and fine-art shoots. This latest exhibit is part of the ever-evolving Wild People, Wild Places project – a series of fine art exhibits and multi-media slideshows launched in 2005 – dedicated to the enjoyment and protection of wild places. For more information, go to www.emberphoto.com.