Photography, HABS/HAER Reports, and Working in Remote Places with Bruce Harvey

Environmental Professionals Radio (EPR)

Oct 1 2021 • 43 mins

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On today’s episode, we talk with Bruce Harvey, architectural historian and documentation photographer about Photography, HABS/HAER Reports and Working in Remote Places.   Read his full bio below.

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2:35  Nic and Laura discuss Pitch your Pivot

10:00 Interview with Bruce Harvey starts

14:50  Bruce talks about photography

17:09  Bruce discusses taking photos for HABS/HAER reports

27:15  Bruce talks about working in remote places

28:17  Bruce describes his favorite photos

38:09  Bruce discusses volunteer photography

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Guest Bio:

Bruce G. Harvey is a historian, architectural historian, and documentation photographer, located in Syracuse, NY. He holds a Ph.D. in History from Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN (1998), an M.A. in Applied History from the University of South Carolina, Columbia (1988), and a B.A. in History from Allegheny College, Meadville, PA (1985). He has over thirty years of experience as a public historian, and as a specialist in cultural resource management for twenty-five years. He has participated in and directed hundreds of cultural resources and historic preservation projects since 1995, including historic architectural surveys throughout the east coast and the Midwest, successful NRHP nominations in multiple northeastern and Middle Atlantic states, and historical, architectural, and engineering evaluations of hydroelectric plants and historic canals throughout the nation. As a photographer, using both large-format black and white film and digital platforms, he has documented dozens of historic buildings and structures throughout the east coast for HABS/HAER and other documentation purposes, and has exhibited his photographs in multiple venues in New York State. From 1995 to 2003 he served as the Senior Historian and Architectural Historian with Brockington and Associates in Mount Pleasant, SC, and from 2003 to 2009 as the Senior Cultural Resources Specialist with Kleinschmidt Associates in Syracuse, NY. He began working as an independent cultural resources consultant in 2009 under the business name of Harvey Research and Consulting, specializing in HABS/HAER documentation, Section 106 consultation, and National Register of Historic Places nominations. Since 2014 he has also served as the Senior Historian with Outside the Box LLC, where his work has included the completion of four book-length administrative histories of National Park Service units.

Music Credits

Intro: Givin Me Eyes by Grace Mesa

Outro: Never Ending Soul Groove by Mattijs Muller

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