PAUL ROGERS graduated with honors from the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) with a bachelor’s degree in Photography as a Fine Art in 1982. A native of Stowe and currently residing in Waterbury Center (Vermont), the photographer operates a full-time freelance business specializing in commercial, editorial, documentary, event, portraiture, and fine art photography. In addition, artists use his technical copy services to produce accurate digital files of their artwork for jurying and reproduction. He has taught photography at Sterling College, Mount Mansfield Winter Academy, Helen Day Art Center, and through private workshops.
Paul has photographed in twenty-six countries, seventeen of those on assignment for commercial and NGO clients (including Country Walkers and Mission Without Borders). He has presented his work and spoken on photography regionally (Helen Day Art Center, New England Young Writers Conference, The Soulfest, Christianity and the Arts Conferences). Paul has been the primary photographer for actor/entertainer Rusty DeWees since 2000.
A portfolio of Paul’s light-painting photographs can be seen in the Summer 2010 edition of the Stowe Guide & Magazine. The Autumn, 2009 issue of Vermont Life magazine published two double-page landscapes from Paul's collection.
Alfred Hitchcock Directs The Trouble With Harry, Stowe. c.1954
Dad was a small-town doctor and amateur photographer in the fifties. Hitchcock came to Stowe to film scenes for Harry one fall, and tradition has it that both he and emerging actress Shirley MacLaine visited Dad’s office on Maple Street. Perhaps that’s why he was allowed on set up on Edson Hill. If Dad were with us, I’m sure he would have stories to tell.
Paul Rogers is available for assignment work. Please contact the photographer for more information:info(at)paulrogersphotography.net