About

Photography is my passion and I have  been pursuing it through many technological changes, starting with B&W film and an Argus C3 range-finder camera and progressing to my current favorite, a Canon 5D Mark II. Digital photography has been a godsend to me as I love manipulating images in Photoshop.

My photographs have won awards local and regionally and have been exhibited internationally.

I’m originally from “The granite town of the granite state” (Milford, New Hampshire, USA), and received a BA degree from New College, an experimental liberal arts institution, in Sarasota FL. I continued my education at the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana where I received a Ph.D. in physics. After graduation, I worked as a researcher and manager in the fields of data storage, telecommunications, and medical devices for companies such as Kodak, Hewlett-Packard and American Medical Systems. Recently I have sexpanded my studies of photography at the San Francisco Art Institute.

Pursuing another passion, I was appointed to my local community’s Environmental Conservation Board, becoming its chairman. In this capacity, and also as newsletter editor of a non-profit promoting hiking trails, I spoke and published on land-use planning and natural history.

I’m dipping my toe into e-commerce at photo.douglasgstinson.com. I’m also using this new site to present my photographs in a format that is different from a Blog.

You can learn more about my various creative endeavors at douglasgstinson.com.

 

 

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