Kathryn Steele Photography


James (Jim) Steele is a photographer in the tradition of Ansel Adams and Edward Weston. Working primarily in medium and large format, Steele's "scapes" of land, sea, and body represent the finest in traditional and digital photographic imagery.

Jim has studied with Cole Weston, George Tice, Joyce Tenneson, Christopher James, Carson Graves, and Martha Casanave.

In the Washington DC area Jim's work can be seen in Studio #343 in the Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria, VA.

Jim has taught photography courses and workshops at the Art League School in Alexandria, Va., the Smithsonian Institution, VISARTS, Photoworks, Inc. at Glen Echo Park and has guest lectured at Georgetown University.  In addition, Jim has taught numerous workshops in digital printing.

Kathryn (Kathy) Steele works primarily in color. She is drawn to the beauty of the landscapes of the Desert Southwest and New England.

Kathy has studied with Arnold Newman, Nancy Brown, and Kate Carter at the Maine Photographic Workshops.