by Ron Anton Rocz
Photographer and writer Ron Rocz has spent decades learning how best to capture Charleston and the Lowcountry in photographs. In Seeing Charleston: A Field Guide to Photographing a World-Class City, he guides the reader to sung and unsung locations, suggesting the best time of day and position to capture an image. He also tells the story of the location, grounding the reader in the significance of the place.
Ron Rocz's images are nationally and internationally represented by Index Stock Imagery in New York, have been used by United Airline's in-flight magazine, decorate US offices of Malev Hungarian Airlines, and are used as room wall hangings for the US Navy's hotel chain "Navy Lodge" in 25 cities nationally and abroad.
Ron has an artist son, Daniel, living and painting in Maui, Hawaii. His daughter, Rebecca, is a talented software designer in Seattle, WA.