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Adelet Kegley painting of woods with Spanish moss and flowers

Studied Industrial and Environmental design in college and worked as a graphic designer, photo archivist and media designer for a NASA contractor on the Space Station Freedom Project for five years; and fifteen years for the Department of State managing the Photo Archives of Embassy properties overseas. I worked on media projects, exhibitions, and established criteria for implementing a digital photographic archive.  

In the early 2000’s I began experimenting with my own photography testing various early digital cameras. I purchased my first DSLR, a Nikon D200, and have been passionately pursuing photography ever since.

Now retired and living in Palm Coast FL, I am a member of several local camera clubs. I enjoy going on photo outings with groups of photographers, competing in local photo and art exhibits and mostly sharing and learning about photography. 

I am a member of the Gallery of Local Art, GOLA in Flagler Beach and the 2019 President of the Photography Club of Flagler County.

Adelet Kegley

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