Kirk M. Rogers Photography covers an extraordinary range – from the splendors of the night sky to the exquisite detail of a Wood Duck’s feathers. Rogers travels with his cameras and astrophotography equipment, whether flying for business or touring the U.S. and Canada on his Harley Davidson. Among the many photographic subjects in portfolio, his images of landscapes, birds and the night sky are further enhanced by his refined print processing, attractive media treatments and presentations. Over the past decade, he has compiled a portfolio to rival some of the great American landscape and naturalist photographers.In recent years he has been recognized for his photographic efforts in National Wildlife Refuges and wildlife management environments. His images have been published, employed in videos and exhibited in offices and visitor’s centers from the Wichita Mountains Refuge in Oklahoma, the Savannah Coastal Wildlife Refuges Complex in Georgia and South Carolina, to the Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge in his home state. He has been interviewed on television appearing on, ‘Bill Green’s Maine’ and ‘207’.

Rogers currently travels with his work to select national exhibitions and gallery shows, including large format and mural exhibitions, and is available for lectures and speaking engagements.  He is working on the compilation of a fine art quality book of his vivid and evocative images, with text describing his field expeditions and techniques employed to create them.

You can visit Kirk’s complete Astrophotography and Bird Indexes on his website.