For over 30 years, Kevin has traveled throughout the U.S. and the world, covering assignments for some magazines, including LIFE, NEWSWEEK, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WORLD & ADVENTURE, TEXAS MONTHLY. Kevin has also worked on a few books including “A MOTHER’S TOUCH”, “SUNDAY IN AMERICA’, “THUNDER IN AMERICA: NASCAR’S 50 YEAR ANNIVERSARY””TEXAS”, “SMOKIN HOT a Texas High School Football Photo Essay” and hot off the presses” TEXAS PUBLIC GARDENS”. Before freelancing for magazines, in the early 80's, Kevin worked as a staff photographer for The Dallas Times Herald. In 2007, Kevin took a break from his freelance career to serve as Photography Editor for TEXAS HIGHWAYS MAGAZINE. As Photography Editor Kevin won some awards including an Honorable Mention for “PHOTO EDITOR OF THE YEAR” in the 2009 BEST OF PHOTOJOURNALISM competition. During his career he won a bunch of awards, but nothing really...
Jeff had been a hobbyist photographer since he was nine years old when his mother gave him his first camera. But he did not come to photography professionally until later in life. After a career in technology began to turn South, Jeff turned his attentions to a rekindled passion for expressing himself through the lens. Finally, in December, 2008, he left his full time technology job to pursue a career in photography. Currently he is shooting real estate for ROI Photography as well as commercial work for national builders such as KB Homes.
During his time in technology, Jeff served as a mentor and teacher of technical concepts and software applications. It's this background in conjunction to his eye for detail and passion for photography and teaching which he brings to TPW. His 12 years of serving as trasnlator between programmers and users is leveraged in the workflow, software, and other technically abstract workshops.
Arthur Meyerson is recognized as one of America's finest photographers. Over the years, this native Texan has traveled throughout the world creating award-winning advertising, corporate and editorial photographs, as well as an extensive body of fine art imagery. Adweek magazine named him Southwest Photographer of the Year on three separate occasions and American Photo has selected him as one of the top photographers in advertising. His awards are numerous, including gold medals from the New York Art Directors Club, the Art Directors Club of Houston, the Dallas Society of Visual Communications and the prestigious Stephen Kelly Award for his work on the Nike advertising campaign. He was selected by Nikon to their illustrious Legends Behind the Lens list and honored by the Houston Advertising Federation as the inaugural recipient of the Only In Houston award for individuals “whose creativity and passion for his art have brought recognition to the city of Houston”. In 2008...
After receiving his BA in Journalism, Joe ventured out into the freelance world and never looked back. For the past forty years, Joe has shot for clients from Coca Cola to Hennessy, Cessna to IBM. He has photographed the full line car brochures for Acura, Saturn, and Range Rover, not to mention campaigns for Jaguar, Ford, and Toyota. The tourism departments for Alberta Canada, Pennsylvania, Alabama, and Texas have contacted Joe for their state campaigns. Editorial clients such as National Geographic, Life, Texas Monthly, Time, Geo, and the New York Times magazine have used Joe for several assignments.
Now, Joe has submerged himself in the Fine Art world, and for the past two years, has traveled around the country documenting old windows. A definite departure from the world of graphic design and advertising. After a recent one man show, his windows are now represented by the Buchannan Gallery in Houston, and the Bering and James...
Photographer Skeeter Hagler is the recipient of photography's highest honor, The Pulitzer Prize, for his documentary on the life of the West Texas cowboy. Born in Fort Worth and still based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, Skeeter has over 30 years of experience as a photographer and has traveled the world on assignments and projects.
As a freelance photographer, he is equally at ease photographing the West Texas Cowboy driving a weather beaten herd of cattle as he is waiting hours for the light to get just right to photograph a downtown building.
Skeeter has an eye for the details of a subject while at the same time seeing the overall importance of the subject to society and the world.
In the words of former Speaker of the U.S. House, the Honorable Jim Wright, "Skeeter gets the picture before he takes it...and makes you feel what you see."
Recent projects include "Born To This Land", a photo book with Texas' best-loved cowboy poet Red...