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From Formation to Murmuration

Ken Frick

Everything related to my interest in the fine arts began five decades ago in a Las Vegas, Nevada pawn shop. It was there I purchased my first real camera I was stationed at nearby Nelis Air Force Base where I was an avionics technician on the F-111A fighter- bomber. Two years later, when stationed at Da Nang air base Vietnam working in munitions, I made my choice to attend Ohio University, knowing my cameras were going to be my age are part of my life there I majored in Fine Arts photography graduating in 1976.

For the next 4 decades plus I worked as a freelance photographer, doing commercial, advertising, industrial, annual report and editorial work for local and national clients, with large and small, retiring in 2013. Throughout my adult years it has been my work in the art field that has remained a special for me, often my motorcycles the vehicle of choice in my search for those photographs, three that are on display here today.