For years one of our favorite “Friends of the Magazine” (FOM), Stuart Graves has shared his adventures running around Main Street in Park City searching for celebrities during the Sundance Film Festival and asking them to take, as he says, “an old-school selfie” with his ancient point-and-shoot camera. We call them #stuartselfies. Now in 2022, the Sundance Film Festival has once again gone virtual. And now it’s been two years since Stuart has been able to share his antics and portfolio of photos of his face alongside famous faces. He suspects that he might be formally retired from celebrity hunting (although he’s always looking wherever he travels) so we asked him to share some of his greatest #stuartselfie hits (and the stories behind them) from over the years.
#StuartSelfies From Sundance Past
Jeremy Pugh is Salt Lake magazine's Editor. He covers culture, history, the outdoors and whatever needs a look. Jeremy is also the author of the book "100 Things to Do in Salt Lake City Before You Die" and the co-author of the history, culture and urban legend guidebook "Secret Salt Lake."
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