(SOFTCOVER) During the summer of 2011, north St. Louis middle school students in Rebuild Foundation's Urban Expressions program learned to use digital photography to examine and improve their neighborhood. This 120 page, full color book documents their work.
The book was made possible by the generous support of Kickstarter backers who invested in the program based on their faith in its value.
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Andrew Raimist teaches architecture at the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis. He’s a St. Louis based architect, writer and photographer. His architectural work focuses on historic preservation and mid-century modern architecture. His research investigates the development of modernism in art and architecture. His forthcoming biography and monograph of St. Louis' pioneer modernist architect, Harris Armstrong. His award-winning photography has been widely published. He earned a Bachelor's degree from Cornell University (Ithaca, New York) and a Master's degree from Washington University (St. Louis, Missouri). You can find his work online: writing – http://AndrewRaimist.com design – http://RaimistDesign.com