Howard completed the Rocky Mountain School of Photography Intensive Summer Course in 2007. He has added to that base with additional courses and he has filled many memory cards.
As the owner of Freeman Peak Photography, he as won a number of awards for his images of old cabins, barns, and abandoned houses. His goal is to capture those structures in prints before they melt into the ground or are razed to make way for shopping malls.
Although Freeman Peak Photography sells 11 x 14 images, most prints offered are 17 x 22 matted and framed to 24 x 28. I use a Epson Pro 4900 to produce my prints and they are archivally mounted.
Howard worked 24 years as a Conservation Officer fo the Idaho Fsih and Game Department. After his retirement in 1989, he worked as a mental health therapist. He still does some child custody evaluations.
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