Robert Brantley graduated from University of Georgia with a bachelor of arts degree in
journalism and Jan Brantley (1952-2008) graduated from University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign
with a bachelor of fine arts in painting. She later went on to gain her master's
degree in photography.
Although Mr. Brantley's first ambition was writing, he gained a strong appreciation for both
photography and architecture. In May of 2000, he served as a judge for the American
Society of Media Photographers Save Our Cemeteries 11th Annual Cemeteryscape
exhibit. His photographs can be seen in such publications as French Quarter
Manual, An Architect's Guide to New Orleans' Vieux Carre, Elle,How
Buildings Learn, and Architectural Record.
Mrs. Brantley was a proud member of the New Orleans/Gulf South chapter of the
American Society of Media Photographers and was chief photographer for The Historic New Orleans Collection. She received several honors in her career, including the Certificate of Merit from Time Life Books, the Purchase Award from
Pan American Life Art Collection, and an honorable mention in the Central
Louisiana Art Association Annual Exhibition. Her photographs can be seen in such publications as Louisiana Cultural VistasMagazine, Southern Comfort: The Garden District of New Orleans, and The Historic New Orleans Collection Quarterly.
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