Carleen Clifton Bragg
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Carleen Clifton Bragg is a South Side resident who developed an interest in photography at the age of 5. She credits her parents for planting the seed when they purchased her first camera and continued support over the years.She photographs Sports, Glamour, Landscapes, Music, Theater, and Street Life.She is enamored with the works of the 'late greats':Gordon Parks and James Van Der Zee.Starting as a self-taught Photographer, she later trained with The New York Institute Of Photography. She has…See More
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Carleen Clifton Bragg is a South Side resident who developed an interest in photography at the age of 5. She credits her parents for planting the seed when they purchased her first camera and continued support over the years.

She photographs Sports, Glamour, Landscapes, Music, Theater, and Street Life.

She is enamored with the works of the 'late greats':Gordon Parks and James Van Der Zee.

Starting as a self-taught Photographer, she later trained with The…

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