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Larry Padgett is an advocate for the art of photography. More specifically, his passion is to help artists succeed in their efforts to be successful in their pursuit of exhibiting, publishing and selling their work. He believes photographers represent the truest entrepreneurial spirit – creating art from intangible concepts that express the soul of their creator.

In 2003 he founded The Center for Fine Art Photography and was its executive director until 2009. An international nonprofit organization, the Center promotes the art of photography and provides educational programs that foster the growth of creative artists. During his tenure he provided venues and a voice for artists from more than 25 countries, hosted over 60 international exhibitions, directed three traveling shows, and published three collections.

Prior to founding the Center he conducted workshops and taught college-level photography classes, and was a successful commercial photographer for ten years. Before becoming fully immersed in photography he spent 20 years in several sales and marketing fields.

Larry is the editor for Window on Photography. He provides consulting services that guiding artists through the maze of business challenges, showing them how to make informed decisions that will lead to their initial success, or grow to their next level of development. In the process, his clients become empowered to apply what they learn to their new and expanding opportunities.

Larry lectures and provides workshops on Internet marketing, conducts portfolio reviews, juries and curates exhibitions and consults with directors of arts organizations. He has reviewed for Critical Mass and Photolucida.

Padgett’s photography experiences include 12 years as a commercial and fine art photographer. He received a BS in Business Administration - Marketing from Grand Valley State University. His current writings on photography are at He can be reached at,