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Michael Hays About

Welcome to the sensual fine art photography of Michael P. Hays. Michael's nudes with their sculpture-like lines have earned him the title of the emerging Rodin of photography. His fine art photography brings out the beauty in all his subjects. Add Comment


I recieved The Humanitarian Award 1998 for work with breast cancer survivors.

Over a dozen written articles about my work and numerous interviews on local and national television and radio.

Director's Award, Heald Institute, several recognition plaques from Intel Corporation.

Public Projects and Shows

Twelve one-man shows in the last 5 years including a dual location show with over 58 pieces on exhibition.

Designed and built portable camera that used a 5 by 7 foot negative created on glass.

Created a photo sculpture for the California State Park Service for display at Castle Rock State Park.

Created and financed 3 breast cancer survivor benefits, one of which earned me a humanitarian award.

..........Current Projects..........

Damsels, Demons and Dante, a collection of images created from "Dante's Inferno".

I have just finished the first draft of my new book "Damsels, Demons and Dante" and before I submit it to the publisher I am looking for YOUR comments. The best comments will be submitted in the book with your name and identifying info (ex. Graphic Artist, Writer, Instructor etc.) to the publisher.

I will be submitting soon so get your comments in and let your friends know about this so everyone has a chance to get their name published

You can view the book and leave comments at the below website:

Equal AccessTapestry, a community mural project to beautify an industrial area of Tempe and act as a showcase for some of the areas top artists with disabilities.

ABLE to Love, a photographic tribute to the sensuality and aliveness of people with disabilities

The Size of Beauty, a photographic tribute to the beauty and sensuality of people of larger size.

"I'm Still Beautiful" Journal, a journal of inspiration for breast cancer survivors.


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