Images By Romano
Preserving The Past In Photographs
Mark Romano has always loved photography and took inspiration from photographs created by early West Virginia photographer Finley Taylor, and images from The News Leader, a popular newspaper based in Richwood by Jim Comstock and Bronson McClung in the 1940's. Mark has taken these images and created an impressive exhibit dipicting early life in the mountain state. Taking what he learned from the early masters, Romano has utilized his amazing talent to create a series of photo books centering on the history of Webster and Nicholas counties, and The Webster Springs Hotel. In 2008 and 2009, Mark spent several months documenting the life of West Virginia coal miners in pictures, and in turn created another book called Brooks Run We Mine Coal. Mark also teaches basic photography classes, contact him if you'd like one in your area, and he is currently seeking gallery representation.
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Person Interviewed: Mark Romano
Title: Owner / Photographer
Date: Seeking Gallery Representation
Location: Nicholas County, West Virginia
Address: PO Box 455 Summersville, WV 26651
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