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Artist Holding a Paintbrush



September & October 

Ted Fines



Friday, September 8

5:00 to 6:30 PM


Ted was born in Toronto, Ontario and currently live in Lincoln (Lost Lake Woods Club) with his wife, Chris.  He has been fascinated by photography all his life. From the simple beginnings of the Kodak Brownie to today’s advanced digital cameras, he has always realized that there are basic rules to becoming an ‘accomplished’ photographer. It’s the holy grail that we all strive for as photographers.

He has been fortunate to have mentored with many of today’s great midwestern photographers and been featured in several books (ConeyDetroit by Katherine Young/Joe Grimm-Spring 2012, Detroit-Through Our Eyes-Fall 2009 and Boneyards-Detroit Under Ground by Richard Bak-Summer 2010), magazines and newspapers. He has been featured in many of Detroit’s and northern Michigan’s art galleries and museums including the Detroit Institute of Arts photography competition in 2008 called ‘Sacred Places’.

Ted has held digital photography workshops at the Eleanor & Edsel Ford Estate (Grosse Pointe Shores) and offered and taught many beginning through advanced classes for photography and photo-editing throughout Michigan.  

He was an original member of EXPOSURE.DETROIT, the Midwest's largest photography club and founding member of The Detroit League of Photographers.  He is currently the Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity Northeast Michigan.

In addition to the Gallery exhibit, his work may be seen at the following social media addresses:

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