During the last 25 years, Morgan Howarth has owned and operated a full service commercial photography studio specializing in state of the art digital photography for the catalog, stock, editorial and advertising industries. Mr Howarth has expert status in all formats of digital photography, Photoshop, and computer systems related to the photography industry.
Morgan Howarth graduated from Southern Illinois University with a degree in cinema and photography and opened a very successful commercial photography studio in Chicago shooting for all the major advertising agencies in addition to Sears, Lands End, and Montgomery Ward.
After 14 years in Chicago he relocated his commercial studio to Portland, Maine expanding to a cutting edge 3000 square foot studio shooting advertising, catalogs, editorial, and fashion photography for clients such as Timex, Cole Haan, CBS, Timberland and Reebok. In addition to operating a photography studio, Mr. Howarth was one of three founders and principals of the Maine Photo Co-op a non-profit educational organization offering walk-in rental color and Black and white darkrooms, film and print processing labs, lighting studio, lecture series, and a variety of twenty courses and workshops.
Mr. Howarth recently moved to the Washington DC area from Portland, Maine. "Now I shoot the most beautiful homes in DC, Maryland, and across the country, Food from the newest restaurants in the many metro areas, and portraits of the most prominent that populate the Washington DC and surrounding communities.” In the last two years Mr. Howarth has shot 10 covers and 48 separate articles for Washington Spaces Magazine as well as advertising and editorial materials for many of the clients listed here. When he's not taking pictures Morgan Howarth teaches photography courses at The Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University (Georgetown DC campus)
Morgan Howarth's work investigates the nuances of pixels through the use of recognized icons and close-ups which emphasize the Artificial nature of digital media. Howarth explores abstract and Pixelated images as motifs to describe the idea of cyber-intuitive reality. Using images as patterns, Howarth creates meditative environments which suggest the expansion of culture...