James Frank is a scenic nature photographer who has lived near Rocky
Mountain National Park for mare than fourteen years. His work has appeared
in books and magazines worldwide as well as being used in advertising,
calendars and cards. He says he has discovered in photographing the Rockies
through the subtle nuances of light on the forests and meadows a wellspring
for renewing hopes and dreams. A sensitivity for our environment and
an understanding of the chaotic order and interconnectedness of the natural
world is displayed in his works. Others have described his photos as "poetic", "lyrical" and "spiritual".
James presently owns a stock photo company and is the former owner
of a Colorado scenic postcard and book publishing company. Throughout
his career, James has managed to combine aesthetic values and a love
of nature with a self-direction in the fields of photography and publishing.
His first book, "Rocky Mountain National Park Perspectives" has
sold over 13,000 copies. With his photographs and the words of Paul Fernhauber,
it offers a refreshing perspective of the Rocky Mountain experience.
James continues to exhibit his limited edition prints and CebaChrome
edition prints in fine art galleries throughout Colorado.
Print Shown: Twisted Pine