Home

Book Store

Bio

Contact
Recommendations
Random Thoughts


Galleries:

The Ancient Ones

Water

Nature's Treasures

Human Impact

Panoramas

Never Forget

Magic Maysville

Hawai'i Waterfall Zen

Photo Journalism

Articles:

Building a 617 Camera  

Test Print / Safelight Test

Zone System Thoughts

Small Format Zone System

Investing In Perfection

My Bomm V810 #12 Camera

My Darkroom

Meters and Metering

 

Craig Pindell

Fine Art Photographer

 

Craig Pindell and Bomm Camera

  

     Craig Pindell was born and raised in Cheyenne, Wyoming and has lived most of his life in Wyoming. His work, first as a Pipefitter/Welder, and later in reliability and planning, has allowed him to travel and photograph extensively throughout Wyoming, the United States, Canada and Australia. Now retired, Craig hopes to continue to travel to make photographs, to print more photographs for exhibition, and to teach as much as possible.  

     For Craig, photography began as a hobby and quickly evolved into much more. Thanks to unending support from Katie, his wife of many years, and the support of his family and friends, Craig has been able to pursue his passion for photography for most of his life. His love of the art has led to work as a photo stringer for Associated Press and United Press International. He also worked as a photo curator for the Wyoming State Museum and State Archives, and has been published in many magazines and newspapers. In addition, Craig has taught beginning photography and darkroom courses at Laramie County Community College. 

     Photographing landscapes, natures beauty and Anasazi structures and rock art has been Craig's subjects for many years. The adventure of searching the canyons of the Colorado Plateau for glimpses into the lives and history of the elusive culture continues to capture his imagination. Often, the hunt for the photograph is as satisfying as creating the image.

      Since the horrible events of September 11, 2001, Craig has marked the anniversary of the tragedy by creating a photograph at the exact time the first plane hit the World Trade Center. This ongoing Never Forget project is intended to make sure the day will always be remembered, at least by one person.

      

Back To Top