Chuck Kimmerle is a Wyoming-based, black and white landscape photographer whose interests lie reticent, and also silent scenes found between the cliche holiday destinations. It is that Chuck finds relaxation and significance. His simple design is affected by more than 16 years working as a newspaper photojournalist— where he received a 1/4 discuss of a nomination to the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography & #x2014; his very first job after college.
Chuck has been interested in photography since he shot his first snapshot at age four, hiding beneath a picnic table despite repeated warnings from his mad mother, pressed the camera shutter. Memories are hazy, but it is that a tear-inducing spanking soon followed.
While Chuck is a popular speaker and teacher, he believes himself first of all, a photographer. An artist. His pictures are profoundly personal and convey things about him that he would never allow himself to admit.
His work has been published extensively in periodicals around the world such as Dodho Magazine (Middle East), Fotoritim Magazine (Turkey), f/11 Magazine (New Zealand), Outdoor Photography and Black and White Photography Magazines (UK) as well as national books like Lenswork, B&W, Outdoor Photographer, and Shutterbug.
His work was showcased at numerous exhibitions, including solo shows in the North Dakota Museum of Art and the Nicolaysen Art Museum.
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