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Oliphant Images Firehouse Gallery and Photo Museum recently opened up at The Cajun Village this year. After months of setting up and designing the photo gallery, it was finally completely finished a about 2 months ago.
Charlie and Andrea Oliphant are professional photographers, each with their own unique style of photography. For three decades, Oliphant Images has provided visuals to CBS, ABC, ITN, BBC, PBS, AFN, CNN. The Great Lakes Shipwreck Historical Society and performing artists ranging from The Drifters, The Platters & The Coasters to Modern Pop Stars like Journey. Currently Oliphant Images calls New Orleans home, creating photography of Icons like Kermit Ruffins, The Nevilles, Irma Thomas, Little Freddie King, Shamarr Allen, The Radiators, Clarence Frogman Henry, Sonny Landreth and up and coming performers like Colin Lake.
Oliphant Images also restores historic photographs, much like the ones on display in their photo museum. If you’re in the area and love photography, stop in at their gallery in The Cajun Village. It will be hard to walk out the door without a print in hand!