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Photographer Thomas Schoeller - Bio

Thomas Schoeller is an American Fine Art landscape photographer home based from Connecticut. Perhaps best known for his portfolio of photographs depicting idyllic rural landscapes and coastal regions of New England. He enjoys traveling and photographing the beautiful scenery he explores, making well-planned excursions that allow him ample time to capture scenes during magical moments. Moments that capture the drama of light or a wonderful atmospheric mood, then transferring the performance to a print presentation. As a photographer, he has shown considerable attention to detail in capturing dynamic compositions combined with excellent technique. This process is quite deliberate. Perseverance, patience, and dedication are all factors in the success of any photograph.





I'd like to take this moment and welcome you to my official website and home of my occasional rants and whimsical thoughts I call my blog. Real quickly just a few things about me. As you peruse the works in my collections you may be surprised I was born and raised in New York City! My immediate family relocated to more the rural environment western Connecticut in 1972 at the age of 10. This is where my passion for nature and the outdoors took control of me.

Photography became part of my life in the mid-1980s. Two years before getting married, my wife to be spent a heap of money on very serious SLR gear as a gift which replaced a well used point and shoot film camera with no manual controls. As a lifelong Dodge and Plymouth performance car enthusiast, I pursued learning how to photograph these American muscle machines at a very high level. Eventually, the best images found their way into several printed media venues and I wrote and submitted articles on occasion.

Camping, backpacking and hiking in Vermont, Maine, and New Hampshire's White Mountain region was also a big part of our lives. This is where the sparks ignited the fires within me to learn how to photograph scenic landscapes and rural countryside. Like many aspiring photographers, I anxiously awaited my new monthly issues of Outdoor Photographer Magazine!  The amazing and captivating grand landscapes of David Muench and Galen Rowell I found to be inspiring. I also had a keen interest in the particularly fascinating style of Eliot Porter and to this day I think he made the biggest impact. 





Above image taken while photographing Rocky Mountain National Park at Dream Lake with a fellow photographer. Elevation 9,900'



Over 30 years have passed since I held my first "serious" camera. Much has happened over that time. My works have been published frequently in magazines, books, calendars, brochures and national news media articles. National Geographic Traveler, Yankee Magazine, Runners World, Poets & Writers, Coastal Connecticut and Season's Magazine to name a few.  USA Today also featured a Connecticut image in the Travel and Leisure section and similar articles were published nationwide following the publication of the Yankee Magazine article "25 Best towns in New England to see the Fall Foliage".  Additionally, in October of 2010, the NY Times News Service interviewed me to provide some Pro's photography tips for tourist visiting New England during the autumn leaf peeping season wanting to make memorable photos. The interview was widely published in major media markets throughout the US and eastern Canada. 

One of my favorite licensing endeavors has been working with White Mountain Puzzles, Inc. They are known as America's favorite Jigsaw Puzzle company and they put out a fine product. They contacted me about my New England Covered bridge artworks to be manufactured as 36" 1,000 piece puzzles. Since 2014, my works as puzzles have been distributed and sold throughout the globe from various retail outlets. If you are enjoying a day exploring the Vermont countryside, be sure to stop in any unique gift shops, bookstores or one of the Vermont Country Store locations. My New England themed puzzles are usually on the shelves.  

In addition to all the published media, I've been called upon to provide one of my best selling Americana prints titled "Pride" for use as an artwork set-prop for the hit CBS TV drama NCIS New Orleans. The CBS art studio framed the print and placed it on the set for filming episodes that aired in November of 2014. 

I have several publishers that I supply and license my © images to on a regular basis for stunning annual calendar publications. I've been called upon to provide scenes for upcoming projects 2 full years in advance. 


On location, Bryce Canyon Utah.



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