Biography: Douglas Dubler is a New York City based photographer who has achieved a level of recognition and
accomplishment reflective of his more than five decades’ dedication to both the art and craft of
photography. He attributes his success in part to his ability to synthesize left and right brain thinking,
seamlessly joining creativity with technique. His early training in Fine and Liberal Arts at Boston
University enriched him with an articulate sense of form, color, and composition. Early mentors in his
creaEve life were Ansel Adams, Isamu Noguchi, and Neal Barr.