Collection: Roger Minick

Oklahoma-born photographer Roger Minick (b. 1944) spent much of his life and all of his artistic career in the western United States. After attending the University of California at Berkeley, he joined the faculty of the university's Art Studio for a decade and ultimately served as its director in the early 1970s. He received a Guggenheim fellowship in 1972, and spent much of the next decade capturing the people and places of southern California and the west. After numerous publications and successes, Minick continues his work today exploring the vast and fascinating landscape of American life.