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C. Bay Milin (b.1980) is a photographer and short filmmaker, whose work explores issues of identity and place. His work has been exhibited in Bangkok, Thailand, Washington, D.C., and New York City, and was recently published in a volume about the Apollo Theater by the National Museum of African American History an… Read More
C. Bay Milin (b.1980) is a photographer and short filmmaker, whose work explores issues of identity and place. His work has been exhibited in Bangkok, Thailand, Washington, D.C., and New York City, and was recently published in a volume about the Apollo Theater by the National Museum of African American History and Culture, and the Smithsonian Institution.

He feels that the tool of the camera has the ability to lift memory out of place, at the moment it is born, and insulates those occurrences from the circumstance of forgetting. The results of making visual the contemplation of these collected memories, whether on emulsion, print, or digital file, has always pushed him further into the world.

He was born in San Francisco, and raised in Albany, California. He worked for many years as a self-taught freelance photographer, both in the U.S. and S.E. Asia. A graduate from the the School of Visual Arts in NYC, with a Masters of Professional Studies in Digital Photography, he currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. Read Less
• M.P.S. Digital Photography. School of Visual Arts, New York City, New York, 2010

• B.A. Cinema Studies. San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California, 2003
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