Gregg Cobarr is a world-renowned entertainment/celebrity and fashion photographer with over thirty years of professional experience. He has worked with such music industry clients as Columbia and Epic Records, RCA, Capitol, Universal and Warner Music. In the TV and movie industry, he has done work for 20th Century Fox and Columbia Pictures. His fashion photos have been featured with international fashion designers. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Brooks Institute of Photography and a Master of Fine Arts Degree from California Institute of the Arts. Gregg’s work has been published both nationally and internationally in addition to numerous awards for his photography. He has had several exhibitions in Europe and the U.S. and has given Master Classes at International Photo Fairs in Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia. His photography is in the permanent collections at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art as well as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum. Gregg’s workshops extend throughout the world and he has a passion for teaching. His photography can be viewed at: www.cobarrphotos.com and you are invited to email him with any questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are constantly surrounded by both interesting people and natural beauty, sometimes instantaneously. I use my camera to capture both what I see and what I feel - all at the same time.
Photography provides a channel for which to dive into a realm that is rarely visited by most people. That realm is our own reality. This reality that photography presents can breath life into an image in our own way.
We know that photographs are images frozen in time and space, but it is our own fascination with that very medium which brings to an image our way of experiencing the world around us.
Photography is communication, but always going both ways - outside and inside. We see it happening outside and we feel it inside. We then bring it from the inside and create a photograph of it.
This is truly one of the most spontaneous forms of communication available - one which can be captured and then brought forth for all to experience. That is the beauty of photography!