If you're lucky, you’ve caught one of Felicia Fullwood’s cityscape photographs being shared on social media. The young photographer has quickly made a name for herself by hanging out on rooftops past midnight photographing the big axel. Her photos are vivid, colorful, and taken from numerous downtown structures (The RenCen, Book Tower, Penobscot, and Park Ave hotel, to name a few). She’s been featured in Inkaddict, Zipper, and at the Detroit Historical museum. Metro Times caught up with the Clinton Township native to find out what motivates a 20 something year old to photograph Detroit while the rest of us are sleeping.
Find out more about Felicia Fullwood here: http://www.feliciafullwoodphotography.com/
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