Rodger Kingston is a documentary photographer living in Boston, MA. For over thirty years he worked for a variety of private and corporate clients including Harvard University, Northeastern University, St. Johnsbury Trucking Company, and Westinghouse Learning Corporation. In 2006 and 2010 he worked as a volunteer photographer for the Deval Patrick Campaign for Governor of Massachusetts.
Kingston has had many museum and gallery exhibitions, and his photographs are in many private, corporate, and museum collections throughout the United States, including the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Fogg Art Museum, the National Museum of American Art, and Satchi & Satchi. A master Cibachrome printer for over 25 years, he has now moved completely into the digital realm and prints his archival photographic prints on Epson printers.
He has published several books and catalogs, including "Larger Than Life" in 1989, "New American Photographs" in 2007, "The Waterworks Series" in 2011, and "Searching for Edward Hopper" in 2014, as well as "American Icons," a portfolio of ten original Cibachrome photographs, in 1986.