Born in Syracuse, New York, in 1949 and having been initially trained as a concert pianist, Huntington Witherill began a career in fine art photography in 1970. During the early-1970’s he studied photography under such notables as Ansel Adams, Wynn Bullock, Steve Crouch, and Al Weber.
Since 1975, Witherill has taught photography for a variety of institutions and workshop programs throughout the United States and his photographs have been exhibited in more than one hundred individual and group exhibitions in museums and galleries throughout the world. His work has also been the subject of three hardcover monographs– Orchestrating Icons (2000), Botanical Dances (2001), and Photo Synthesis (2010).
Maintaining a diverse approach to the medium through an array of subject matter and approaches that include classic landscapes, studies in pop art, botanical subjects, urban architecture, and digital imaging, Witherill works in both black & white, and color.
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