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The photograph, Berry Bay, December 2001, is from a fifteen year documentary project, Duck Blinds: Louisiana. The project is comprised of roughly 100 photographs of handmade duck blinds along the Calcasieu River and its adjoining bays and bayous. All the photographs were made with a 6×7 film camera, a Mamiya 7, and were taken while standing on the bow of a small boat. The use of native plant materials, such as palmetto leaves and Spanish moss, are utilized to camouflage the structures. I was drawn to photograph the blinds, a form of vernacular architecture, by their uniqueness. In the spring of 2012, a selection of the images was exhibited at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art.—Nell Campbell
Nell Campbell is a documentary photographer who was raised in Lake Charles and New Orleans, Louisiana. Living in California for many years, Nell travels home as often as possible to photograph the culture and the waters of Louisiana. Campbell’s photographs have been published in Harper’s and Louisiana Cultural Vistas magazines. In April 2014, World of Interiors magazine published a feature article on her fifteen year documentation of handmade duck blinds. The Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans and the Santa Barbara Museum of Art both have photographs by Campbell in their permanent collections.