For more than 40 years, James Archambeault worked as an independent photographer specializing in nature and the landscape.
Archambeault photographed six large format books: KENTUCKY, 1982; KENTUCKY II, 1989; and KENTUCKY III, 1999; THE GIFT OF PLEASANT HILL, A SHAKER COMMUNITY IN KENTUCKY, 1991; HISTORIC KENTUCKY, 2006; and HORSE COUNTRY, 2008.
Archambeault photographed and produced two annual wall calendars. KENTUCKY, a photographic journey through the Bluegrass State and PAWLEYS ISLAND, a visit to the historic barrier island off the coast of South Carolina.
In addition to his books and calendars, Archambeault also published and distributed a series of fine quality note cards, postcards, and limited edition posters.
Archambeault's work has appeared in many national publications including Architectural Digest, National Geographic, Time-Life Books and Smithsonian Guide to Natural America, to name a few. His photographs have been exhibited in most of the premier art shows including the Ann Arbor, Michigan Fairs, The Atlanta Arts Festival, The Plaza in Kansas City and Winter Park, Florida. Archambeault was a former Peace Corps Volunteer to the Philippines and held a B.A. in Communications from Duquesne University in Pennsylvania.
All Images (c) James Archambeault - Unauthorized duplication prohibited.
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