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Kansas City, Missouri: A Photographic Portrait

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Scott Reynolds captures this great American city with a kaleidoscope of images that reflects the true heart of Kansas City. Reynolds' photographs feature a plethora of exciting venues including the renowned Country Club Plaza, America's first suburban mall, 18th and Vine, were music resonates through the historic Jazz District, and the new entertainment and cultural complex at historic Union Station. Kansas City is also world headquarters of Hallmark Cards, Inc., as well as the Harley Davidson factory, and a ...

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Overview

Scott Reynolds captures this great American city with a kaleidoscope of images that reflects the true heart of Kansas City. Reynolds' photographs feature a plethora of exciting venues including the renowned Country Club Plaza, America's first suburban mall, 18th and Vine, were music resonates through the historic Jazz District, and the new entertainment and cultural complex at historic Union Station. Kansas City is also world headquarters of Hallmark Cards, Inc., as well as the Harley Davidson factory, and a hometown restaurant that made Kansas City the barbecue capital of the world. Kansas City is a vibrant city with a rich historic past and a future teeming with possibilities.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781885435873
  • Publisher: Twin Lights Publishers, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/28/2008
  • Pages: 128
  • Sales rank: 808,936
  • Product dimensions: 8.80 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Francesca and Duncan Yates are award-winning writers in publishing, script writing, and advertising. Duncan is an anthologized poet and recipient of the Shakespeare Fellowship at Oxford University. Together, the Yates have written several books in Twin Lights Publishers' popular Photographic Portrait series, including Seattle, San Francisco, Baltimore, Boulder, Los Angeles, and Annapolis.

Scott Reynolds is a Los Angeles based photographer and Kansas City native. After studying photojournalism at the University of Kansas, he started his career in photography, while living in Chicago. During the months of shooting for this book, Scott reveled in the opportunity to explore his home city in more detail and convey its unique character and beauty as he sees it. A passion for travel and the lifelong craft of photography drive Scott in his current pursuits. He is concentrating his efforts towards personal and commissioned projects that have lead to art gallery showings and have taken him across the country.

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