Welcome to Chasing the Golden Light Photography. Golden light is a photographer's dream and I've spent countless hours in search of it. I hope you enjoy my journey -- and make it part of your own. Stay safe, healthy, strong and united in these challenging times. #realherosandsheroes, #shoutoutthethanks
Spotlight on Rocky Mountain National Park. Just returned from the Elk Rut, Aspens in Fall, and More in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.
Exhibitions: Photos currently on display at Marriott Courtyard Event Center, Nashua, NH. and Creative Venturesin Milford, NH.
Photo cards are available at Moulton's Market, Amherst, NH, Toadstool Bookstore, Nashua, NH, Lull Farm, Milford, NH, Brookdale Farm Hollis, NH, Monadnock Oils and Vinegar, Amherst and Peterborough, NH, and Serendipity on the Milford, NH Oval.
Howard Muscott has photographed nature, landscapes and wildlife for more than 35 years. Grounded in his early years of hiking, backpacking, and mountain climbing, Howard's love for nature photography is fueled by the exquisite beauty of the natural world and the wildlife residing within it’s various ecosystems. “The ideal photograph tells a story that speaks directly to the heart and moves people to self-reflection. It combines one’s vision for the image with the best natural, ideally golden light, and requires both persistence and opportunity.”
Self-taught, Howard has had more than 15 individual and 30 group shows highlighting among other things autumn colors, Southwestern peoples and light, the mountains of Alaska, Colorado and the Pacific Northwest, and wildlife. Howard’s work has been published on the cover of national journals in education, in newspapers and books, and used on educational and other websites. Howard was the featured artist at the 34th Annual Beaver Brook Fall Festival in 2014. He has won numerous awards for both wildlife and portraits including most recently, Best in Show for his Snowy Owl in Flight at Beaver Brook Association and 2nd Place Overall for Art in the Park in Merrimack, NH in 2015. He is currently the chairperson of the High School Scholarship program at the Manchester Artist Association.
Howard is a lifelong special educator and retired professor who directs the New Hampshire Center for Effective Behavioral Interventions and Supports at SERESC in Bedford, NH. Photo courtesy of Douglas Harrington.