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About Randy Jackson

I am an artist and photographer with more than twenty years of experience in the photographic arts, I started out in the film era developing my own black and white and color slides in a home darkroom in Tempe, Arizona. My nature and fine art images reflect my travels throughout the American Southwest with extensive photo excursions in Arizona, New Mexico and California.

My color images capture the brilliant greens and blues of nature, while my black and white images feature strong contrast utilizing techniques that present tack-sharp subjects with interesting composition. Many of my black and white collections are finished in tints that harkens back to the golden years of photography. My artistic direction has included embellishing my original photographs with acrylics and mixed media to create original one-of-a-kind touchable paintings.

I am a member Professional Photographers of America (PPA). My photography is influenced by teaching photographers Bob and Dawn Davis, Scott Kelby, David Ziser, David Muench (and Arizona Highways) and naturally, Ansel Adams.

My formal education includes a Bachelor's degree in Information Technology and a Master of Arts degree in Public Administration. With a career steeped in technology, I utilize many different technologies and techniques to bring my own creative touch to the images captured with my camera. My studio and office are in Surprise, Arizona.

As I reflect on my over 30 years of photography I am now starting to understand the art of the craft. I am influenced by the quote from Ansel Adams, ""You don't make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved." When you press that shutter your brain and your eyes are capturing your experience and observations about light combined to that instant in time that can now be immortalized in an image to be viewed over and over.