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Ron Colbroth is an internationally-recognized award-winning photographer based in the Washington, DC, area. He has over thirty years’ experience in advertising, corporate and editorial photography for national and international clients.
Ron’s photographs have appeared in numerous magazines over the years, including Historic Preservation, US News and World Report, National Geographic Traveler, Pacifica, Wingspan (Japan), Signature (Japan), Esquire (Japan), Ca Y Est (Japan) and Orgyn (Belgium) to name a few. Ron has worked for national corporations (The Washington Post, The National Geographic Society, Middleton Place Foundation, National, National Retail Federation, UPS, Marine Corps League, Colonial Williamsburg) and international corporations (Diner’s Club of Japan, Tokyo Gass, Toto-Japan, US Meat Export Federation-Japan) and his photographs have appeared in several books including Washington, DC -Abrams; Gardens of America – Thomasson-Grant; and Alexandria, Virginia: an Illustrated History – Donning.
His photographs also illustrate a children’s book titled Born to Run on thoroughbred horses and A Guide to Equine Joint Injection by Solvay Veterinary. He has self-published books on Greece, Southwest.
Ellen Fisch has exhibited her fine art architectural photography, Novoimago, extensively in the United States. Exhibitions also include solo and group shows in the NY Mercantile Exchange; Museum of American Finance; African American Museum of Art; numerous libraries and galleries in NYC, and many other locations. In addition to exhibitions, she has been published in several publications including Swide, Dolce & Gabbana’s on-line magazine, Articles and photography in Black Star Rising; Conde Nast Traveler UK; Destinations; and The Art of Everyday Joe. She has been Spokesperson at PhotoPlus in NYC for Tiffen/Dfx professional software and is on the board of Governors for the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen, NYC. Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts in NYC and the State Park System of NH has displayed her work on their cards, brochures and advertising materials. Finally, Fisch has been named one of the 101 Super Hot Artists by Michael Corbin who publishes the blog Art Book Guy. Recently Ellen has published two books Abstract Photography Folio I: Whites and Abstract Photography Folio II: Blu
Marcus W. Reinkensmeyer is an aspiring Arizona based landscape photographer, especially drawn to less traveled parks and remote wilderness areas. His travels encompass remote mountain ranges, silent slot canyons, lush coastal regions, hidden waterfalls, meandering rivers and urban landscapes. His growing body of images explores the transient quality of light, the intricate patterns of nature and the joy of time spent in quiet exploration.
His work has been published in Backpacker, Country, Shutterbug, AAA Highroads, Nature Photographer, Arizona Republic, Arizona: The Grand Canyon State, Visit Phoenix: 2015 Official Travel Guide to Greater Phoenix, Images Arizona, Where Dinosaurs Roamed and Photographer’s Edge; Arizona Scenic, American Bible Society and Capture My Arizona calendars; featured at Exhibitions Without Walls and Awayn; and displayed at Sky Harbor International Airport, corporate and government office buildings.
Marcus’ photographs and writings can also be found in collaborations with two other Southwest photographers, Windswept Landscape and From Rock to Sand: Death Valley Landscapes, and Landscape Portfolio: Photography Rediscovered.
In his other “real world” life, Marcus serves as a public sector administrator. He holds a BFA in Psychology and Fine Arts from Michigan State University and an MPA from Northern Illinois University and is a Graduate Fellow of the Institute for Court Management. Marcus and his family reside in Phoenix, Arizona.
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