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I began taking picture at the age of 8 when my father introduced me to a Kodak Brownie camera and taught me how to hold it steadily. I began photographing landscapes in earnest in 1972 while living in France. A picture of milk cans on an Austrian cobblestone back street won local, state, and regional awards in a Kodak photo competition. The $100 cash award became my first photographic sale. Numerous ribbons at the Utah State Fair followed. I began publishing landscape photo notecards in 2001 and Olympic-related cards in 2002. Today, Sohm Photografx cards are sold in galleries and fine gift shops from Mt. Rainier National Park to Key Biscayne, Florida. Recently I have turned my camera to exotic orchids and other botanical subjects. Through the years, I have exhibited at numerous art galleries in group and solo shows.


I began photographing architecture during the 2002 Winter Olympics recording night shots of the massive murals covering Salt Lake buildings. Later, my notecards of the Salt Lake Library's main library, designed by Legendary architect, Moshe Safdie, caught the eye of a local architect that had partnered with Safdie on the project. The firm hired me to shoot many of its elementary and middle schools. Numerous architects, engineers, and construction company clients followed. Click here for a list of projects and here for a list of clients.

Digital Imaging

My digital imaging experience is broad and deep. I have taken pictures with the first commercially available digital camera. I learned photoshop when the preferred storage method was the "Bernoulli drive." Today I am a member of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals and teach photoshop to other professional photographers, graphic designers, and marketing directors. I keep abreast of the latest digital techniques with professional journals, live seminars, and daily practice. In addition to my own work, I provide digital editing and printing services to architects, engineering firms, and other professional photographers.


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