Gillette, WY, United States
I don't have any long words or complex metaphors to describe my work. I started with a cheap Nikon film camera and a book 15 years ago and I'm still eager to shoot and produce the best work possible everyday. I’m working currently at the News Record in Gillette, Wyo., known as the Energy Capital of the Nation. I am available for freelance photo work where ever it takes me.
My photographs have been published and purchased by The Village Voice, New York Times, Idaho Statesman, Times-News, Boise Weekly, Coeur d’Alene Press, Queens Chronicle, Brooklyn Paper, Marie Claire Russian Edition, Marie Claire Ukraine Edition, Wilkes Creative, Red Hook Criterium, Milwaukee Bicycle Co., COG, Urban Velo, Fixed, Peninsula Daily News, Sequim Gazette.
I am the photographer and co-writer of, BIKE NYC, an insiders guide to biking and bike culture in New York City, released in July of 2011 by Skyhorse Publishing.
My photographs also have been featured in: BACKBONES: Reinventing the Wheel traveling exhibition; DVICE3 limited edition book, playing cards and exhibition; Bicycle Film Festival Joyride Art Show 2011 & 2009; COG Photo Annual 1 and exhibition.
I am also an official Lomo Amigo.
National Press Photographers Association Region 9 Monthly Clip Contest-October 2013, second place Feature/ Multiple Picture
National Press Photographers Association Region 9 Monthly Clip Contest-January 2014, third place, Feature/ Multiple Picture
National Press Photographers Association Region 9 Monthly Clip Contest-November 2014, second place, General News
Wyoming Press Association 2015, First Place General News Photo
Wyoming Press Association 2015, Second Place Photographic Excellence
Wyoming Press Association 2015, First Place Special Section Staff
Wyoming Press Association 2015, Honorable Mention Information Graphic
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Craig Johnson, author of the "Longmire" mystery series, on his ranch in Ucross, Wyo., on Feb. 15, 2016.
Brian Wenig walks near drag line 157, nicknamed "Harley" as Cloud Peak Energy employees perform maintenance on it on March 15 at the Codero Rojo Mine south of Gillette. The operation mined and shipped about 18.3 million tons of of coal in 2016. With President Donald Trump's recent rescinding of Obama-era Clean Power Plan measures miners are breathing a sigh of relief. Experts in the industry, however, say the president promise to bring back coal jobs is unlikely.