Presentation: A Photographer’s Tale: Or, How I Learned to
Stop Worrying and Love the Camera I Have on Hand.

After a passing storm, sunrise illuminates the Beehive and Sand Beach Lagoon, one of the many unique coastal scenes within Acadia National Park, Mount Desert Island, Maine.

 

John (J.K.) Putnam is an editorial and nature photographer based on Mount Desert Island, Maine. For the past three years, he has focused on Acadia National Park as his central subject, exploring and photographing it’s man-made and natural history. Before moving to Maine, he worked in New York City, where he photographed for a number of publishers, producing work that appeared in dozens of photography and design books as well as major, online editorials such as “Wired” and “The Guardian.” He now teaches photography workshops, year-round, in Acadia as well as at the local schools and day camps on Mount Desert Island. John owns and operates a gallery of his work in Southwest Harbor, where he lives harmoniously with his beautiful wife, Allison, handsome dog, Bernard, and grumpy cat, Romeo.
Posted on: March 27, 2018 | Author: Susan Hershey