Ed Riche
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Email: edrichephotography@yahoo.com
Telephone: (208) 362-8866




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Ed Riche's photography is the end result of years of dedication and commitment to the primal world coupled with a lifelong, first hand knowledge of his subject - the outdoor west. Inspired by the creative forces of light, shadow, form and texture. Ed Riche's mission is to spread the love and beauty for nature and the landscape through his photography.

Mentored by the artistry of Eliot Porter, Galen Rowell and David Muench. Ed Riche's thirty year career has been dedicated to achieving artistic expression through the lens of still cameras. He has pursued his goals primarily through his in-depth assignments. At the same time, he has maintained a career as an artist and workshop instructor.

The balance of Ed Riche's photography comes from close contact with nature and the landscape. To emphasize his commitment to what actually exists, he has chosen to work in color. He explores ways in which natural history can be recorded, with images shaped by light, shadow, form and texture in an untouched environment. In addition, he has maintained a personal library of National Park pictorials.

Ed Riche's clients include Official Idaho State Travel Guide, Via Magazine, National Geographic Society, National Geographic Traveler, National Geographic Kids, J Crist Gallery, The Morrison Center for the Performing Arts, Colliers International, Northwest Travel Magazine, Oregon Coast Magazine, United Airlines, Arizona Office of Tourism, Utah Department of Tourism, Hewlett Packard, Wells Fargo Bank, American Red Cross, Moses Anshell Advertising, Glacier Country Travel Guide, Brown Trout Publishers, Wendt Kochman Advertising, Impact Photo-Graphics.

Ed Riche resides in Boise, Idaho USA.



Testimonials

"I bought myself a better camera, but I still can't quite capture the beauty of this area. Here is a guy that can though."
Dorothea Lowe
Kwite nice - so to speak (*with a German accent)