Brian R. Wolff began his career as a photographer in the mid 1970s as a freelance photographer.Â Some of his early clients included the Los Angeles Times, Time Magazine, Paris Match the movie and TV industry and many other editorial and commercial clients.Â In 1980, tired of the L.A. scene and wanting to shoot more meaningful and lasting photographs, he moved to New York. In New York City he continued to shoot for the same clients and successfully finding many more interesting subjects to photograph . Since then he has done long features photographing from the inside of active volcanoes to fighter jets air to air. His images have now appeared in many magazines world wide as covers, feature editorials and advertisements such as Smithsonian, Life, Paris-Match, Le Figaro, and Stern Magazine. He has published two books on the US Navy titled FROM THE SEA and RIDERS OF THE STORM .Â His subjects have beenÂ as diverse asÂ Barbie Dolls for the cover of Smithsonoian, shooting portraits of noted celebrities and authors, and documenting all aspects of the U.S. Military as the Photographer in Residence for the U.S.Naval Institute.Â In his travels around the world Brian has photographed many accomplished people. ” The best part of meeting these people is what you learn from them, this is whatÂ has helped me to become an accomplished photographer”. Brian currently resides in Yardley Pennsylvania, and continues to create a broad range of unique imagery. Brian Wolff”s works are available as stock photography as well as fine art prints.
In addition to Brianâ€™s Photography endeavorsÂ Â he has applied his printing and design skills to a custom print business.Â This business has now expandedÂ intoÂ Â large format prints on many different materialsÂ from canvasÂ to fine art papers , for museum grade shows to dÃ©corÂ andÂ high quality banners for promotion and advertising clients.