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Bynum is a historic textile mill village located near the banks of the Haw River between Pittsboro and Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Although the mill was destroyed by fire, the small village remains much as it did one hundred years ago. To sustain the sense of community the village stages many activities and events through its nonprofit Bynum Front Porch organization. Each summer the group presents a 16-week music series showcasing a variety of local and regional bands.

In 2012 I took a large number of photographs in the village and surrounding areas. A selection of images were printed and exhibited in the Bynum store during the music series.

This gallery represents the posters that were part of the exhibit. The posters are personally printed on 13x19 inch professional-grade luster inkjet paper and signed by the photographer. The posters can be mounted in a standard poster frame or matted and framed for a more traditional fine art feel.

(click on any image for a better view of the gallery and/or to order)