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My love of nature and photography started as a child while accompanying my father, Les Blacklock, on his photographic adventures. My own artistic practice is intrinsically linked to the interface of land and water in wilderness areas: St. Croix River; BWCAW; and Lake Superior. Craig Blacklock specializes in photographing the interface of land and water in wilderness areas—most often Lake Superior. Renowned for his inspiring landscapes, nudes and technical virtuosity, he is the photographer/author of nineteen books and had his photography shown in over 35 solo exhibitions, including the Mill City Museum, Minnesota Marine Art Museum, Tweed Museum of Art and the Phipps Center for the Arts.Craig has been featured in photography magazines such as American Photo, Fine Art Photo and Outdoor Photographer. His background in over 30 years of working in large format, shows in his digital images, with precise, exquisite compositions and hyper-real clarity. Craig has taught photography workshops since 1982, providing guidance in capture, editing and printing to thousands of aspiring photographers. Recipient of the George Morrison Artist Award, Craig has also received numerous national and international awards for his books, including three gold awards from Independent Publishers, and gold and Silver Pub West Design Awards.