Dig Wayne Photo Gallery

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December 15, 2013 by The Citron Review

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“What I am exploring in my photography is my connection with all that we are and have been. From the stardust that formed our solar system to the transformed energy we absorb from birth. My attraction to the decomposition of metal and the beauty I find in random objects on their journey back into the atmosphere is a life affirming passion. I do not make art, I just find it and photograph it.”
–Dig Wayne 2013

Dig Wayne originates from Cambridge, Ohio. Moving to New York City in the late 70’s and then to London in the early 80’s. Dig studied acting in London at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute. He was cast in the lead role of Five Guys Named Moe which ran for over 2,500 performances in London’s West End. Since moving to Los Angeles in 1996, has appeared in over 30 television shows, commercial, and movies. Dig has been an active poet, and photographer for over 20 years. Discover more by visiting digwayneimages.com and digwayne.com

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