Jack Graham, Photographer

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Jack Graham is a professional photographer with over twenty-four years of experience. He resides near Seattle, Washington, in the heart of the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

_DSF1718-Edit-EditJack leads both small groups and one-on-one photography workshops domestically and internationally. He has been published in leading photography publications, has several e-books and has been successful with stock photography. Jack also conducts workshops for the Pacific Northwest Art School on Whidbey Island in Puget Sound, Washington.

Jack exclusively uses Fuji “X” series cameras and Fujinon lenses and has been named an “X” Photographer by the Fuji Corporation. His images have been used extensively by Fuji for commercial and promotional purposes. Along with Bill Fortney, Jack conducts workshops dedicated to Fuji “X” camera users. These events can be found on the FUJI “X” PHOTOGRAPHER PHOTO WORKSHOPS website.

_EYE1155 jack giving direction_1 (2)Jack’s workshops are sponsored by Really Right StuffMagna Chrome (metal prints), Think Tank & Mind Shift, Outdoor Photo Gear, Digital Foci and the Photograph America Newsletter.

Jack is a member of the Board of Directors of NANPA (North American Nature Photographers Association), and SUWA (Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance).

If you would like to contact Jack about workshops, print sales and speaking engagements please EMAIL.

Fuji “X” Photo Workshops


ARTIST STATEMENT

For me the experience of immersing myself in the location is just as important as the photograph. As a photographer, my mission is to make images that depict my emotions and relationship to my surroundings and the environment.

It’s the whole experience that fascinates me. When I make an image, I have to negotiate the creative boundaries of what goes into the image, often before the camera even comes out of my bag. The places I’ve seen and the friends I’ve made along the way through photography enrich the process. Images are the end product of the process. The process of making art keeps me going. Artist first, photographer second.