March 8, 2013
December 13, 2012
Just wrapped up about six weeks of weekend NCAA championship travel and happy to be back in Colorado for a spell. Thought I’d share some of my favorite images from this last month or so at various MWC and NCAA Championships as well as a crack at surfing and a return to bike racing, which, for me, is where photography all began.
October 26, 2012
Opening at ten major museums across the country October 27, the full exhibit of 75 pictures features “National Geographic Greatest Photographs of the American West” and was created by Rich Clarkson and Associates over the past three years. An accompanying 302-page book is available and includes more photographs than can appear in each of the museums. The host and lead museum is the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, Wy. and its president and CEO, James McNutt, is one of the exhibition organizers. The project was made possible by a grant from the Mays Family Foundation.
All prints were produced in the Denver Clarkson offices with digital Epson printers. It is thought this is the first time a major photographic exhibition has opened simultaneously in museums across the country. The prints were all made by Ryan McKee, general manager of the Clarkson group.
The Geographic opened its archives for the project and assisted Clarkson and McNutt as more than 100,000 images were considered. The book, available at all the museums and online from the National Geographic book division carries 175 pictures. It was produced by the Clarkson group with Kate Glassner Brainerd the designer. The team included Chip Garofalo, Matt Sewick and Chris Steppig in addition to McKee and Clarkson.
The museums, all members of the Museums West group, are located in Cartersville, Ga., Cody, Wyoming,Indianapolis, In., Tulsa, Ok., Oklahoma City, Ok., Washington, D. C., Corning, N. Y., Great Falls, Mn., Orange, Tx. and Jackson Hole, Wy. The exhibition will be shown for several months at each museum.
August 14, 2012
For Rich Clarkson’s 80th birthday, we put together a video from folks who sent a video submission to wish him a Happy Birthday and also those with good stories and tribute to Rich.
If you know Rich or not, this is good testament to the man he has and all those careers he has affected.
November 11, 2011
In honor of Veterans’ Day, here is a multimedia slideshow from our 2006 book, ‘Where Valor Rests: Arlington National Cemetery”.
Like Arlington National Cemetery itself, this multimedia show and its accompanied book arose from a desire to memorialize the valiant heroes who die in service to the nation.
Thank you to all those who serve and their families.