Maury Gortemiller is an Atlanta-based photographer and educator. In 2009, he received an MFA in Photography, with distinction, from the University of Georgia. His photographs have appeared in exhibitions across the United States, including the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the Aperture Foundation Gallery, and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia. His photographs and writing on photography and film have appeared in Time Magazine, Oxford American, Art Papers, Perdiz Magazine, the Iowa Review, and elsewhere. Find him on Instagram @elmaurygee.
Maury Gortemiller’s years-long project, Do the Priest in Different Voices, was inspired by his early memories of a family Bible. Enthralled by its illustrations, Gortemiller recalls that they “evoked both comfort and trepidation” and “moved me to contemplate the unseen.”