Travis Burgess is a published photographer in newspapers and magazines, both print and digital. His work has been shown in digital presentations in art galleries around the world. He is a member of the Photographic Society of America.
Mr. Burgess’s years as a professional photographer have been varied and often exciting, ranging from newspaper photojournalism to weddings, and many things in between. The subjects most interesting to him are his fellow humans. They are a never-ending source of interest.
He is originally from San Angelo, Texas, graduating from Lake View High School in 1965, then attending Angelo State College. His early career was with two Texas daily newspapers, then with various studios in Houston, and Corpus Christi. as well as time as an independent photographer in oil-related photography, commercial, and fashion photography.
For the past 28 years, until 2016, he was a photographer, darkroom technician, and Photoshop retouch artist for Kaye Marvins Photography in Houston, Texas. That studio closed its doors in 2016.
His most recent work has been in digital Fine Art Photography, including abstract and figurative photography. He is also scanning and restoring his early black and white negatives and color slides.
Abstract Digital Art
Conceptual Digital Art