Burk Uzzle is an international photographer whose work can be found in the Smithsonian, global exhibitions and permanent collections. He was the youngest photographer hired by LIFE magazine at 23, and his images helped shape our view of Woodstock, the assination of Martin Luther King Jr. and the Cambodian War refugees. Today, he calls Wilson home. It’s here, in a century old automobile production line turned casket factory turned artists studio that he produces his latest works. Visits are by appointment only. But within the walls of his 18,000 sq. ft. gallery you may get a chance to exchange stories with a legend. Uzzle’s current work is focused on America’s small towns. His photos capture the daily life and stories of its people. Each photo is unique, revealing something universal that connects us all.