David Bowie Toronto, Ontario 1995 by Michael Mulley. 11×14 framed

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Michael Mulley is the owner of the Queen City Gallery which opened in 2007 in the Historic Market Arcade in the heart of Buffalo’s theater district. The gallery features his photographs of Buffalo architecture as well as exhibiting local and regional artists. The Gallery is also home to the Queen City Co-op featuring a bevy of local artist working in a wide range of mediums. The Gallery’s wildly popular “Art Under the Stars” event that takes place in the Allentown Neighborhood as part of First Friday Gallery Walk and draws a large and varied audience.

In 2008 Queen City Press was launched with the “Buffalo In Black & White” Photography Book. It was followed in April that year with “The First Ward: Photographs by Michael Mulley. Since then the imprint has published 8 other titles including “Bygone Buffalo” “People Like You” and “25 Years” celebrating 25 years working as a photographer. His latest books include “The Dives of Our Lives” and “Buffalo in Black and White.  His photos have been published in the Buffalo News Sunday Magazine, Buffalo Spree Magazine, Artvoice, Hallwalls Publications, The Art Laboratory of Berlin and the jazz magazine Coda. He has exhibited throughout Buffalo and western New York most recently exhibiting at The Main Street Gallery and the alternative collaborative at Sugar City.

Since 2012 he has curated the Broadway Market Photo- Project at the long time East Side market and in December 2015 he edited and contributed to the official Book of the Broadway Market celebrating decades of the Markets existence.

In 2015 he began teaching Photography at The Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology. Each class saw students learning the basics of photography and getting accustomed to working with Digital SLRs. The program and resulted in several in house exhibitions and two photography books created from the students work.

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