MONONGALIA COUNTY, W.Va. (WDTV) -- For the past nine weeks, clients from the Milan Puskar Health Right Clinic teamed up with West Virginia's University's Injury Control Research center and professional photographers to learn the art of telling a story from behind a photography lens.
The exhibit, named "Unseen Morgantown" showcases the personal viewpoint from local individuals as they document every day situations, circumstances, people, places and things through pictures.
Kat Bawden, one of the leading artists, says that each client has their own personal style and story to tell that really shines through as their skills develop.
"Just seeing them get so positive and excited about this show and sharing their work has just been incredibly rewarding"
WVU's ICRC's Robin Pollini told 5News that this project is something that she has been wanting to put in to action for a while now, and shes so proud of how well it turned out.
The exhibit will remain open at the Monongalia Arts Center in Morgantown until June 2nd.