Brent McCullough is a contemporary artist, active in photography, as well as creating sculptural assemblages of found stone preserved in its natural state for gallery exhibitions, and writing, teaching, consulting, and curating,
In New York City in the 70's, he studied with fine art photographers Minor White, and color landscape pioneer Eliot Porter as well as LIFE magazine Picture Editor John Loengard. Another mentor at that time was Museum of Modern Art curator of photography John Szarkowski.
He founded Northlight Photography Workshops and Expeditions in 1983, and for the next three decades continued to teach while his work was being published and exhibited as journalistic and fine art prints.
His evocative natural landscape and cultural images have been exhibited and published in many venues: including the Smithsonian and San Diego Natural History Museums, and on the covers and pages of Audubon, Cape Cod Life, Garden, Orion, Outdoor Photographer magazines, as well as in Sierra Club and Audubon Calendars and books by Abbeville Press, Abrams, Macmillian and Time-Life.
Above photo At Ballymaloe House wheat fieldCounty CorkBallycottonIreland. Photograph © 2018 Eugene Treanor.