The artist maneuvered his paternal grandparents into giving him his own Kodak Duaflex III box camera on his twelfth birthday. Because of its voracious appetite for film, its greed taught him to set up thoughtful shots. Harry knew, at sixteen, that he would be a photographer for National Geographic. His family encouraged him to become a banker, and suggested that he continue developing his artistic skills instead. He enjoyed a successful banking career, while, at the same time, he recorded through camera lenses.
“I think of people or businesses who purchase my photographs as those who are investing in my works of art.”
In order to help protect their value, they have been sent to the Library of Congress in Washington, DC to be © copyrighted. Harry can be reached out HarryStainrookLtd@gmail.com . Visit www.harrystainrook.com to learn more about Harry’s work.