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Diane Asséo Griliches

Diane Asséo Griliches is a photographer whose work has appeared nationally in many exhibitions. Her previous books include An Appalachian Farmer’s Story (Mercer), Teaching Musicians (Bunker Hill) and Library/The Drama Within (University of New Mexico Press).  She came to photography after some years of directing community musical theatre in the Boston area.

Books by Diane Asséo Griliches

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An Appalachian Farmer's Story : Portrait of an Extraordinary Common Man
By author: Diane Asséo Griliches
Product Code: H735
ISBN: 9780881460629
Product Format: Hardback
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As opposed to the common negative view of Appalachia, this book is an inspiring and deeply American story of enterprise and self-reliance in often desperate circumstances, and of the importance of community and faith, an oral history told by farmer and cabinet maker, Roy Anderson, age 80. The book was created by Diane Asséo Griliches, photographer and friend of Roy and his sister, Patsey, and her photographs beautifully enhance the text.
Thinking Photography
By author: Diane Asséo Griliches
Product Code: P456
ISBN: 9780881464276
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In Thinking Photography, Diane Asséo Griliches draws upon her knowledge as an experienced photographer to give readers an opportunity to learn—and enjoy—what can be accomplished with a camera.  In an age when everyone uses a camera, the book offers a thoughtful approach to using it well.