Chuck is a good friend and and excellent photographer.
Former news shooter, Pulitzer finalist. Former Commercial shooter and head Photographer at University of North Dakota for a number of years. Moved to Wyoming when his wife went to work with BLM and now in New York as she is with the National Park Service.
He has done workshops and seminars with the Moab Photo weeks in the mix. He has done a number of Artist in the Parks residencies as well.
LensWork has featured his images. He has done a book:
Chuck Kimmerle: Black & White Artistry : The Creative Photographer’s Guide to Interpreting Places and Spaces
His work is clean and direct. He photographs in all kinds of weather. We photographed together in North Dakota in 15 below zero and wind – me dragging my gear in a ice fishing sled and him with a backpack. He’s prolific, talented, a good communicator and teacher.
A photographer worth checking out.
"A good still photograph, studied by an inquiring mind, frequently yields more information than a mile of moving images". Walter Cronkite, New York, June 1989