Conway, NH, USA
Joe Klementovich thrives on creating authentic imagery for editorial and commercial clients in difficult locations. Photographs from the sub-zero ravines of Mount Washington to the bug infested mangrove islands of the Everglades have appeared in print nationally. Joe Klementovich’s photography has been the cornerstone large national ad campaigns for Mission Athlete and Coolcore. His authenticity works well for editorial clients as well. His freelance career includes working with The New York Times, Boy’s Life Magazine, Fly Fisherman and others that place a premium on capturing real people and places.
Mountains, rivers and oceans have always playing an important part in Joe’s work. His love of the outdoors has lead him to work with NH Public Television on their “Windows to the Wild” television series, The Nature Conservancy and Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation in their work to explore, protect and promote our environment. “Being close to the mountains, forests and oceans of New England has given me a constant source of inspiration and ever changing backdrop for my photography”.
Joe migrated North to the White Mountains to pursue rock and ice climbing after he graduated with an engineering degree from The University of New Hampshire. Traveling on various climbing adventures with a small point and shoot camera got Joe hooked on creating better and better images to tell the stories of each outing. It was during an 11 hour ascent of the Regular Route on Half Dome in Yosemite Valley that photography would overtake his interest in engineering.
2014 - NH Nature Conservancy - Volunteer of the Year
- RC aerial
- Video capture