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507 Featured Artist: Taylor Parker

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"Otter Rock Pocket" by Taylor Parker
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Taylor Parker (she/they) is an art and culture photographer from Rochester, Minn., and has been taking pictures of nouns since 2012.

During business hours, she is a photographer for Mayo Clinic. After hours, Parker can be found photographing local artists, musicians, and the magic they make.

"Resistance is Soup" by Taylor Parker

While picture-taking is her creative medium of choice, she also enjoys sketching, and doing oil paintings of toilets (ahem, "tOILets") for her loved ones. When not hyper-focusing on art, Parker can be found living her best life with her four-legged son, Rigby, her favorite daughter, Casey, and her partner, Paul.


"Yesterday Never Happened" by Taylor Parker

See more on Instagram at @tlp.photo and @mapbacktaylor , or online at www.TLPPhotography.com.

This artist is on display at 125 Live through September attend the reception from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 20.

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