Victor Ramos was born in Los Angeles, California. Inspired by his father, he started making images from about when he was 8 years old. Victor was for the most part self taught and mastered black and white and color developing and printing in the analog days. His professional background is in computer science and so it was a natural progression to digital photography from analog as the discipline and industry evolved.
Victor has had several one person exhibits as well as several group exhibits with fine art, portraiture, architecture and street photography themes. Some of his work has sold through the Duncan Miller Gallery Daily Photograph site. He has also been published and featured in Digital Photo Pro, PC Photo Magazine, aPhotoBlog and Lenscratch blogs.
Victor is a member of the Los Angeles Center of Photography where he has studied with Aline Smithson, Julia Dean, Ibaronex Parello, Peter Bennett, Matt Stuart, Partick Alt and many other world class photographers.
Victor lives and works in Los Angeles when he is not on a walk-about in some far away locale.