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Original Photographs byTodd Suttles

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  • Searching For Charlotte

    I’ve always been one to take luck over smarts. In digital photography, anything can be added or subtracted to an image, even a pig. But I assure you this is the real deal. My father and I were out on a wander-about, cameras in hand; he was shooting references for his painting, and I was…

  • A Little Wind

    While attending PhotoNOLA​ in 2019, I spent some time walking the streets with my camera. I found this house which was under interior renovation on the first day I was in New Orleans. I returned to it each day to photograph the wind playing with the protective tarping. Each visit was different due to the…

  • Upward in Ellijay

    Imaginary Landscape Edition of 01/01 -20×60″ and Edition of 01/01 -40×120″ (two panels, 40×60″) contact for availability, medium, and price

  • Ellijay, Georgia -2020

  • The Clarks, Alabama, 2017

    Limited Edition Available 9×16″ -01/05

  • Union County Graduation, 2020

    I am excited to announce Betty Press selected two of my pieces to be in this upcoming show opening virtually on February 5. I will post more details as they become available. 2020: AN INTERNATIONAL JURIED PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION The University of Southern Mississippi Museum of Art School of Performing and Visual Arts JURORS STATEMENT JUROR:…

  • Braking For Sweet Corn

    I am excited to announce Betty Press selected two of my pieces to be in this upcoming show opening virtually on February 5. I will post more details as they become available. 2020: AN INTERNATIONAL JURIED PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION The University of Southern Mississippi Museum of Art School of Performing and Visual Arts JURORS STATEMENT JUROR:…

  • The Frances Virginia Tea Room

    My grandmother, Victoria Suttles, “Vic”, was born in Atlanta in March of 1900. To give perspective, there were no paved roads. The new development Peachtree Heights East (Duck Pond behind Christ The King Church on Peachtree, near West Wesley) advertised the new high-end feature and benefit of “oiled roads” to entice families to build homes “outside…

  • Ya Been Out There?