Clarence Holmes is a New York area based photographer with a diverse portfolio including travel, urban, wildlife, landscape, news, and sports images.
His involvement in photography has been nurtured over 30 years from 35mm and medium format film imaging to his current state of the art digital work flow.
A member of the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA), he travels widely in search of interesting subjects and perfect light.
In the photo to the right, Clarence is shown shooting at Little Estero Lagoon in Fort Myers Beach, Florida capturing images of short-billed dowitchers.
Clarence's images have been licensed worldwide for commercial, corporate, and editorial use in various media including magazines, newspapers, nature guidebooks, textbooks, and encyclopedias, as well as for use on websites, television, and consumer products.
Example Publication: An image of a Wood Duck (male) published in the special National Wildlife Federation 75th Anniversary issue (February/March 2011) of National Wildlife magazine, in the article entitled NWF Picks: Top Wildlife-Watching Spots.
Content above Copyright 2011, National Wildlife Federation