Justin Gunther came to SCAD from Richmond, Va., following completion of an undergraduate degree in biology at Virginia Commonwealth University. Gunther, has been involved in a number of community-oriented preservation projects, including property assessment for local residents, ornamental plaster repair at the Lucas Theatre for the Arts and a community assessment aimed at placing Savannah’s Sandfly neighborhood on the National Register of Historic Places. He is the author of “Historic Signs of Savannah, Photographs from the Collection of the Georgia Historical Society.”rnHe received an M.F.A. in historic preservation in 2004 and now lives in Washington, D.C., where he is the manager of restoration for George Washington’s Mount Vernon, the 18th-century estate and gardens of the first president of the Uniteds States, George Washington.
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