I grew up in the Adirondack Park practically on the Vermont border. Earned a BA from Windham College and an MA from the University Of Wyoming.
Started using my parents Brownie when I was a kid, then an Instamatic in high school. In college my roommie in rolex replica need of some cash sold me all his camera/darkroom equipment and I was off., spending hours in the darkroom. That was in 1976.
Over 1200 images have been published/appeared in wide array of publications such as Southwest Art, Sierra, Wyoming Wildlife, Photographer’s Forum’s 1985 and 1992 Best of Photograph annuals, Vermont Magazine, VermontLife Publications as well as many others.
magazine cover was in 1982, received a Pacemaker Award from the Wyoming
Press Asscociation in 1992 and in 2007 earned a Editors Choice Award
from ISP(International Society of Photographers. Disclaimer: not a member of ISP
I worked on several photography projects in the past 30 years but it's the one I did not take a photograph that was the longest, most time consuming, hardest but most gratifying assignment called the Centennial Images: Wyoming project.
It took me three years to raise the funding(thanks Fuji Film USA, Burlington Northern Railroad, State of Wyoming Centennial Committee and others), recruit 55 of the best photogs in replica watches uk Wyoming(it's a big state, lots of road miles), finally delivering the opening exhibit of the chosen 50 framed images at the Wyoming Statehouse hosted by Sen Alan Simpson. It would tour the state the following year.
From out of the 12,000 images shot on that one day, July 10, 1989 with the help of several photogs and my former employer, the Jackson Hole Guide we edited the 12,000 to a semi-final 500. The final 50 were selected by swiss replica watches Pulitzer winning Photo Editor of the Anchorage Daily News(Richard Murphy), Coordinated the year-long tour around the state and finally donating the exhibit to the Wyoming State Museum in Cheyenne.
" Dear Mr. Bobrow, Project Director I am writing on behalf of the State of Wyoming to thank you for the donation of the Centennial Images : Wyoming exhibit. One hundred years from now the person in my position will not have search too hard to find exhibitable material for our Bicentennial."
- Dominique Schultes, Registrar Wyoming State Museum Cheyenne, Wyoming
My images have been exhibited by the Nicalaysen Museum, Wyoming Gallery, Old West Museum, Darkroom Gallery, Burlington Festival of the Arts, Artisans Gallery, Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival and the Trappengallerie in St. Gallon, Switzerland, Just to name a few.
I shoot a wide variety of subjects most known for my breathtaking landscapes of the American West and New England.
Owned and operated Summit Photography Gallery and Frameshop, a block from the Jackson(Wy) Town Square. 1985-1990. In addition to my work also sold the works of notable Jackon Hole photographers like Henry Holdsworth, Jeff Hogan, Bob Woodall and Wade McKoy.
Staff or contract freelance photojournalist for the Jackson Hole Guide, Casper Star-Tribune, Idaho Post-Register, Salt Lake CityTribune, Rocky Mountain News(Denver), High Country News and the Washington Post
I reside in a beautiful river valley on the eastern slope of the Green Mountains in Vermont.