The Lopez Island Library proudly presents “IMAGES”, the photographs of Tommer Roush. Don’t miss this beautiful work. The artist shared the following statement:
“As a child I was fortunate enough to
travel with my family. We had many
adventures. My father was never without
his camera capturing the images of our
childhood. I remember seeing life as photos.
When I was twelve my dad gave me my
first camera. I spent many hours trying to
emulate him and capture images of my surroundings.
As I grew so did my skills. In high
school I was always shooting photos.
I ended up working on the annual my
junior and senior years. I remember
that everything looked so much clearer
threw the lens.
The camera always gave me a freedom.
When I wasn’t shooting I was in my mind.
I still do.
I went on to study photography at:
Western Washington University
Darkrooms Of Seattle
Tahoe Photographic Workshops
I worked as a photographic assistant to:
Chuck Kuhn Photography
In my late twentys I ran my own studio
and shot commercially for many clients.
All the while capturing images of the places I loved and my adventures.
These are my Images”