INDIANAPOLIS— Rad A. Drew’s book, In Good Light, Images of the Circle City, has been selected as the newest addition of the archival collection of the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library. The Indianapolis Special Collections Room houses a variety of archival adult and children’s materials. Drew’s hardbound book features more than 90 artistically rendered photographic images taken in and around Indianapolis.
In Good Light, Images of the Circle City
A film and digital photographer for many years, Drew has used his iPhone 4 and 4s to capture and process images of Indianapolis’ architecture, communities, and cityscapes. His images, some highly recognizable and some obscure, convey the beauty and majesty of the historic circle city.
A hardback copy of the book can be purchased at Blurb. A digital version is available on iTunes.
Rad A. Drew is a 27-year resident of Indianapolis’ east side community, Irvington, and a life-long photographer. Through his company, Totally Rad Images, Drew exhibits his work at the Art Bank Gallery on Mass Ave., and offers workshops and presentations to groups and individuals. This summer his work also may be seen at the Columbia Club on Monument Circle, Hoaglin’s at 448 Mass Ave., Jacquie’s at 9840 N. Michigan Rd. in Carmel, and Jackamo’s at 5646 E. Washington St. in Irvington.
Drew is currently collaborating on a collection of images to benefit the people of tornado-stricken Henryville, Ind.