Leahy Rocks
  Cornette Hayfield
  Antelope Canyon
Luther Leith
Over the Hill
Suicide Race Crash
Praying Cowboy
Suicide Race Practice Crash

Al Camp writes "For me, my photography career represents a dichotomy. The quick pace of working on the The Chronicle newspaper in Omak allows me to experience Okanogan County¹s people and events. This contrasts with photographing on my own time with a contemplative approach. My prints from the newspaper are from 1979 to 1998, when I photographed using black-and-white film. Most images were taken for myself while on assignments. The paper has since moved to digital photography."

Born in 1951, Camp was raised in Tacoma, graduated from Stadium High School and served in the Air Force 1969-73 (two tours in Southeast Asia). He holds both Cinematography (BA) and Physical Science (BS) degrees from Washington State University. He also has AAS and ALA degrees from Tacoma Community College.

His newspaper photos have won numerous awards, both regionally and nationally. He¹s been in group shows at Gallery 76 in Wenatchee, Larson Gallery in Yakima and Confluence Gallery in Twisp. His work currently can be viewed at the Winthrop Gallery in Winthrop. His photos are in collections, including Washington State Museum of Natural History and Sun Mountain Lodge. He¹s taught several photo classes at Wenatchee Valley College-North. Publications include American Cowboy, Photo District News, Washington, American West, Alaska, National Enquirer and Woman¹s World .

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