Clyde Heppner is a fine art photographer who largely focuses on depicting the landscape and is attracted to subject matter that has historical depth. His training in Psychology and a lifetime interest in Eastern art greatly influences how he configures the environment for the viewer. Although much of his photographic knowledge is self-taught, he furthered his education by studying under known photographers. Clyde began showing his photography in 2011 and has been included in several exhibits since at venues such as the Center for Fine Art Photography and the San Francisco International Exhibition. His recent portfolio, The Ancients’ Views, was featured in a 2014 solo exhibit at the Griffin Museum of Photography. His images are included in several private collections.
A native of North Dakota and Minnesota, Clyde developed a passion for travel, which now takes him to places far different from where he spent his early years. Today, he lives in Missouri with his wife and a number of four-legged creatures.