|Written by Brent Nicastro|
|Friday, 05 February 2010 00:02|
For me, the Biography is the hardest part of building a website. It’s where I’m supposed to tell everyone what a great person I am and how wonderful my photography is. The problem is that I’ve always had an aversion to touting my own achievements. On a personal level, I feel one’s actions mean a lot more than one’s words. And on a professional level, my attitude is that if I have to tell someone how good my work is then it has probably failed. So, I will simply encourage you to take some time going through the images posted here and, if they strike a chord with you, perhaps you’ll consider contacting me (assuming you are a potential client). If not, I hope you’ll at least enjoy looking at them. I certainly enjoyed making them.
A few salient facts:
--I’ve been working as a professional location photographer for over 30 years and have run into just about every conceivable glitch. So far, I’ve always come away with usable images.
--I have a file full of unsolicited letters and notes from editors and art directors telling me how much they enjoyed working with me and how much they liked the results.
--My photographs have been published in hundreds of magazines, newspapers, periodicals, calendars and textbooks worldwide. The list includes Time, People, USA Today and USA Weekend, Money, Elle, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Philadelphia Enquirer, The Village Voice, Runner’s World, Outside and Parade.
--In 1999, a book of my Madison photographs was published and sold out five consecutive printings over a 10-year run.
|Last Updated on Friday, 05 February 2010 00:14|