Todd McPhetridgeFine Art Landscape Photographer Todd McPhetridge

At the heart of landscape photographer Todd McPhetridge's art lies his appreciation and love for the simple, pure beauty of the natural world around us. Born in Marion, Virginia, he discovered the pleasure of trout fishing at an early age, and spent many hours absorbing the timeless beauty of the mountain streams he fished. At the age of twelve his family moved away from rural Virginia, and settled in the fast-paced urban city of Atlanta, Georgia. Here, it was not long before Todd felt a deep homesickness for the daily bond with nature that he had left behind.

At the age of sixteen he received his first camera for Christmas, a gift from his mother, and that single act of a mother's love led to the path of his life's passion. Since that fateful day, Todd has been capturing nature and landscapes for over 25 years, always with his unique personal touch as a master artist with a gifted eye.

Todd is a published fine art photographer with over 20,000 prints sold worldwide, signed by one of the largest art publishers in the world in 2010.

In 2017 Todd and his wife Sara made their directing debut when they directed two music videos (Whole World Changed and Where) for Grammy Award winning hip hop band Arrested Development.

He was also a contributing writer for an article in the 38th Annual Edition of the 2015 Photographer’s Market, a resource for photographers to grow and build their business.

His many satisfied commercial customers include the Macromedia Studio MX Bible and Integrating Flash, Fireworks and Freehand f/x & Design, published by Coriolis and authored by Joyce H. Evans, and the periodicals Log Home Design Ideas, Manufacturing Engineering, Purchasing Today, Design News, Desktop Engineering, and MacWorld.

Todd is a marketing consultant and is a newborn, family and wedding photographer in Canton, Georgia with his wife. You will often find him in hiking boots, shouldering about thirty pounds of camera gear, as he explores the rivers, mountains, and woods of North Georgia, capturing for us and future generations, the stunning beauty that Mother Nature provides for all to enjoy.

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