Sasha Louis Bush is a New York City-based photographer and teacher who has been the director of The Nancy Willard and Eric Lindbloom Archives since 2020. His photographs have been exhibited at The Camera Club of New York, the International Center of Photography (ICP) and Barrett Art Center, among others. Bush's work is in the collections of the ICP Library in New York City and the Clara M. Eagle Gallery at Murray State University in Kentucky. Bush has worked with students of a range of ages at educational institutions across New York including ICP, Josephine Herrick Project, Free Arts NYC, Vassar College’s Lifelong Learning Institute and his current position as Oakwood Friends School’s photography teacher. Bush received his MFA from ICP-Bard (2017) and his BA from Hampshire College (2009).
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