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John Running has lived in Flagstaff, Arizona for the past forty six years. He has been making photographs for advertising, design and editorial clients for over forty years. He specializes in photographing people either on location or in the studio. His photographs stand out because they have a style that is … Read More
John Running has lived in Flagstaff, Arizona for the past forty six years. He has been making photographs for advertising, design and editorial clients for over forty years. He specializes in photographing people either on location or in the studio. His photographs stand out because they have a style that is personally creative and graphically strong.

Give him 1/125th of a second and he will give you so much more.

Originally from Buffalo, New York Running studied earth sciences at the New Mexico School of Mines and then spent four years with the United States Marine Corps, where he served in the Mediterranean, Caribbean and West Indies. Afterward he studied for a Degree in Anthropology at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona. Now he shares his downtown Flagstaff photography studio with his daughter, Raechel Marie.

John Running is a different breed of photographer. He is a rare photographer who approaches his subject person to person with the openness and respect that encourages true human exchange.

Photo assignments have taken him to Italy, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Scotland, Jordan, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, and South America. His clients include Eastman Kodak, Polaroid, Nikon, Ilford, Coors Beer, Lee Jeans, US. West, Sterling Commerce and Canyon Records. He has also published seven books including Honor Dance, Pictures for Solomon, Dancer and Halo of the Sun.
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PORTRAIT THOUGHTS

Portraits are some combination of design, technique and intuition ….

But beyond that ....
I love making portraits; because I believe that as I
photograph the people in front of my camera, I am being
allowed to stare into God’s own face.
Member Since: Feb 21, 2012