Library hosts Munger photo exhibit
Bri Brasher for NLJ
Caleb Munger hopes to never work a day in his life. Instead, he aspires to document fires around the world in a profession he never knew he wanted.
Munger, a 23-year-old Weston County native, graduates from Black Hills State University in August with dual Bachelor’s Degrees in Graphic Design and Photography and a Minor in Art. Originally, Munger only anticipated studying graphic design until his talent for photography snuck up on him. His photos are now on display in the meeting room and first floor of Weston County Library.
Munger was forced to take a photography class at BHSU about three years ago, as the coursework lined up with his graphic design degree. After taking two more subsequent classes in photography— and in getting to know the program and his professors— Munger found that he loved the area of study.