Image © Rahn Marion 2019
|by Cameron Haramia||May 10, 2019|
Cameron Haramia is a California-born Hoosier, who experienced a poem-inducing epiphany at age 26. This may have been the result of his elastic dancing one windy Memphis night. Haramia’s poems appear or are forthcoming in Construction Literary Magazine and Mobius: The Journal of Social Change.
Rahn Marion is a Memphis, Tennessee native, who currently Art Directs First Congregational Church’s Art Ministry in Memphis and works at Garner Picture Framing Company. He studied at Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD, majoring in Painting, and has a concentration in Film. Leaving Baltimore and coming back to Memphis, he’s had numerous shows with The Collective, and Orange Mound Gallery. Rahn also illustrated Memphis’s nationally known festival’s 2018 Logo, “Cooper Young Fest.” When he’s not working his 9-5, he is always painting or sketching down new ideas for future projects. Most of his work can be seen on Instagram, @rahn_marion