Robert Clark is a fine art nature and landscape photographer. Born in North Carolina, he is a graduate of the University of Georgia and Georgia Institute of Technology. His love for photography began with his first camera, a Yashica Rangefinder, a Christmas present from his parents while in the 8th grade. A graphic designer, architect, landscape photographer, and teacher, he works as a media designer and manager for the National Park Service. His work can be found in private collections, interpretive exhibits and publications for the National Park Service, museums, galleries, and internationally for corporate clients. In 2009 he was selected to be a MOAB Master by MOAB Paper Company, a division of Legion Paper.
Robert’s view of the landscape and how to photograph it has been tempered and inspired by many people. Early in his life he devoured the work of Ansel Adams. It was these iconic images that set the early stage for a life of chasing light in the American landscape. For him there is great challenge, and often great pleasure, in experiencing that moment when a landscape reveals something of itself that no other photographer has managed to see or capture. Robert’s goal is to continue to improve his craft – from image capture to the creation of a fine art print. It is a journey, like the vast landscapes he loves, that is endless.