Craig Walters is a largely self-taught photographer whose focus is the depiction of rural and urban scenes in monochrome. He presents these scenes in both realistic and in somewhat altered or surreal settings. He feels that details and emotions are best captured in monochrome without the distraction of color. His work “Hand and Feet” portrays the positive interaction possible between humans and other animals and has won several awards; including Best in Show at the Gainesville Fine Arts Association Black and White exhibit. Ocean, Sky and Pier is an example of his approach to long exposure-minimalist photography. The majority of his photography is taken in northern Florida, often featuring scenes of forests,wetlands,the ocean and the streets.
Mr. Walters art has been accepted in and has received awards in several international juried exhibits. His work has been featured in "Living the Photo Artistic Life" , "Eye-Photo", "Fine Eye" and other publications.