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Eye for an eye

Will Crooks
Self portrait, Will Crooks

Will Crooks, a 2014 Furman University accounting graduate turned photographer, is featured in TOWN magazine’s arts issue. “Eye for an Eye,” by Angie Thompson is a photo essay on area artists and their work, with a special emphasis on the artists themselves. The essay includes Crooks’ take on the art, while Thompson offers her observations about the man behind the camera. At Furman, Crooks was a two-time recipient of the Fred and June Current Accounting Award. View more of his photography at willcrooksphoto.com.

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