Gary Lamott has been a photographer for over forty years, starting with black and white film and now working exclusively with digital. He is a Board Member Emeritus of the Seacoast Artist Association in Exeter, NH, a former contributing member of the Artist Advisory Committee of Main Street Art in Newfields, NH , an award winning juried member of the Plymouth, MA Guild for the Arts and a member of the New Mexico Art League. He is currently the Vice President of the Enchanted Lens Camera Club in Albuquerque. He is a past member of the Albuquerque Photographers Gallery, and a member of several photo groups.
He is a regular contributor to Topaz Labs Software. He has developed Educational Tutorials and content for Topaz products and has been featured in their software promotions since Oct of 2013. His photo “Island In the Sky” was featured in the Topaz Labs February 2014 promotion in Photoshop User Magazine.
He participated in Congresswoman Carol Shea Porter's Art On Loan Program, including having a photo on display in her Washington, DC office. As part of their photographic quest he and his wife have traveled over 40,000 miles in the American Southwest, as well as New England and other places of interest.
“My vision is to create original images that represent the spirit of the places that we travel to. I think of Photography as a art form. I use both my cameras and today's software to create my images, which provide endless possibilities for unique photographs. When taking photos I feel the Artist's vision is the most important aspect of all.”