The first member of my family to work with photography was Thomas J. Cherrington in the late 1800's. Although Thomas was born in Galliapolis, Ohio, he was an early pioneer in the Salem/Eugene, Oregon area where he set up shop as a commercial and portrait photographer. You can find Thomas J. Cherrington's photos in many of the finer Oregon museums and historical books.
Prior to Thomas J. Cherrington's death he taught his daughter the craft, who in turn taught her young cousin, Cora Eugenia Cherrington, who taught her son, Richard Leo Lindemann, how to use a camera. Richard was a scenic photographer as well as a WWII photographer and photographed areas of the Sierra Nevada Mountains alongside many early photographic pioneers. Before his death in 1982, he taught the craft of photography to his children who carry on the family tradition of great photography into the digital age!
Some sample publications are American Cowboy Magazine, Dog Heros - Disabled Dogs, Canine Chronicle,City of Aurora Historical Society brochures, various greeting cards and calendars.
Thank you again for your interest. We look forward to working with you on your next project.