Doug Rundle is a photographer living in Portland Oregon. His life-long interest in photography was originally inspired by his father and uncle. Doug’s father was an enthusiastic amateur photographer who introduced him to image making at a young age, and taught him how to process film and make prints in their home darkroom. Doug’s uncle was a professional photographer and camera shop owner who studied with Ansel Adams and Edward Weston, and was active in the San Francisco Bay Area photography scene of the 1940s and 50s. During Doug’s thirty-six year career in the medical device industry, his photographic efforts were mainly focused on adventures with his wife Kate and their three children. Now, over the past several years, Doug has enjoyed rediscovering his art, and has undertaken a more deliberate approach to “seeing” and making images. Doug finds inspiration primarily in natural landscapes, both grand and intimate, but his work includes any subject that speaks to him visually.