John Bosma is an award-winning landscape and fine art photographer. An avid hiker and mountain climber, many of John’s landscape photos have come from those adventures, or as a colleague once said, “John takes great photos. It’s just that none of them are below 10,000 feet!” Images from his work in Death Valley National Park were recently displayed as part of the 100 Years of the National Park Service at The G2 Gallery in Los Angeles. Works from his fine arts collection, Abandoned Dreams, were displayed in an exhibition in March 2015 at the Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP). His work has also been displayed in a variety of museums and galleries, some of which include the Griffin Museum of Photography in Boston, MA; the Amanda Smith Gallery in Johnson City, TX; the Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP); the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art (LACDA); and the LENSCRATCH Fine Art Photography Daily. In addition to his landscape and fine arts photography, John is an accomplished sports photographer. He is an official photographer for the Long Beach Acura Grand Prix, the Special Olympics Southern California, the ALS Association, the World Police & Fire Games, the California Firefighters Summer Games, the Rob Fukuzaki Annual Charity Golf Tournament, NCAA, Code 3 Athletics, Battleground Events, and various other organizations in the Los Angeles area. His commercial and editorial photographs have been featured in publications and online magazines, his official portraits of CrossFit athletes have been sold worldwide, and his images have appeared in numerous advertising and marketing campaigns.