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Harvey Drouillard is an Ann Arbor photographer who has gained a reputation for his stagings of nude photo shoots on the streets of Ann Arbor and elsewhere, though his intended shoot at the 2008 Art Fair was disrupted by police intent on arresting any models who disrobed. Harvey's lightning-fast nude shoots originated at the 1994 Hash Bash, and have included previous run-ins with police, including a 1997 charge of indecent exposure that was dismissed by the Court.
Harvey for a time ran an underground club called The Anecdote, and has published a book of photography The Spirit of Lady Godiva, ISBN 0973027010.
- Harvey Drouillard pulls off nude photo shoot at Hill Auditorium - with a surprise participant, AnnArbor.com, July 2010
After we all got over our respective moments of self-doubt, the crew - which included Harvey, four “models” (yes, I'm calling myself a model) and a significant "security" detail - headed to Hill Auditorium, where the sisters had occasional violin recitals growing up, which they found rather amusing.
- Column: Naked Comfort: Behind the scenes of a Harvey Drouillard photo shoot, Ann Arbor Chronicle, July 2009
Nudity tends to do that – make people, especially Americans, feel uncomfortable – and public nudity even more so. Not for everybody, though. Not for Harvey Drouillard.
- Ann Arbor News, 19 July 2008, Naked photo shoot doesn't go as planned
- Michigan Daily, 27 September 2007, Before You Were Here: Flash Photography
- Time Out Chicago, 18 Jan 2007, Naked ambition
- The Stranger (Seattle), 14 July 2004, Inedecent Exposure
- Seattle Times, July 2004, Photographer's volunteers shed clothes for quick stunt
- Metro Times, 16 September 1998, The Naked Lens