Lowell Wolff began making photographs in the early 1990s. Early publications included seven community profiles for the Chamber of Commerce of Fargo Moorhead several of which received national awards. In addition to exhibits at the Nemeth Art Center, Watermark Art Center and MacRostie Art Center, his photographs have appeared in national publications such as The Artwork of Luis Jiménez, as published by the New Mexico Magazine Artist Series. Now retired, he lives in Park Rapids, Minnesota and Manzanillo, Mexico.

His works include a wide range of genres and styles. Current projects include intentional camera movement, and infrared images. Exhibits include landscape photographs, Reflections of Northern Minnesota and Connections - street portraits from Manzanillo area of Mexico.

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