cary wolinsky

a real inspiration of mine!

All photos from: http://www.carywolinsky.com/ 

short bio:
Cary Wolinsky began working as a photojournalist for the Boston Globe in 1968 while completing a degree in journalism at Boston University's School of Communications. By 1972, he was providing freelance photographic essays to many national magazines, including Natural History, National Geographic, and Smithsonian.

Cary Wolinsky is best known for his international, historical, scientific and cultural photographic essays published regularly in National Geographic magazine since 1977. His numerous stories include; Sichuan: Where China Changes Course, Inside the Kremlin, Sir Joseph Banks, The Greening of the Empire, The Power of Writing, Australia A Harsh Awakening, New Eyes on the Oceans, Diamonds – The Real Story, What's in Your Mind and, The Down Side of Being Upright.

Mr. Wolinsky’s photographs have been printed in hundreds of publications throughout the world. His fine art prints have been acquired and exhibited by the Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, Massachusetts and the Tikotin Museum in Haifa.

In 2003, Mr. Wolinsky co-founded the Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University (cdiabu.com), a school offering training in photography, video production, graphic design, web design, and sound recording. The school serves more than 500 students on its campuses in Waltham, Massachusetts and Washington, DC.

In 1980 Cary and Barbara Wolinsky created Trillium Studios, offering photography and graphic design services to the commercial and editorial markets. In 2006, their son, Yari Wolinsky, helped expand Trillium Studios to include documentary and narrative film production capabilities.


Born: October 14, 1947, Pittsburgh, PA
Studied: Boston University, School of Communications 1965-1969

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