Peter Andrew Jeschke was born and raised in South Conway, NH. After graduating from Kennett High School in 1968, he travelled extensively, marrying Rizona in India in 1972, and eventually moving with her back to the US. Peter and Rizona have two boys and one grandchild living in California, and have extended families throughout the world. Continuing a lifetime of travel, Peter and Rizona shuttle between their home in northeast India and their CloverCroft farmhouse in East Conway, NH. In addition, they perform charitable work through the charity they created. (www.ProvideThe Basics.org)
Peter has taken photographs since he was a teenager, but only later in life has he turned photography into a profession. He explains his long wait by saying “I could not in good conscience subject my family to a “starving artist” phase.” After enrolling in college at age 25, he pursued his BSc and MSc in Earth Sciences at the University of New Hampshire, and still continues his long and successful professional career as a geophysicist.
Currently, Peter is focused on capturing images of “natural art,” which are works of art found in nature, formed by natural processes. Whether or not Nature can create art is a controversial subject, and it is his opinion that indeed it can. More of Peter’s images can be viewed on his website at http://www.pajphoto.com and on Instagram at instagram.com/pajphoto and on Facebook at PAJPhoto.
From Peter’s website:
“My personal quest is to be at the right places at the right moments to experience the world’s wonders. Whether those moments are the miraculous birth of a child, the magical appearance of a rainbow, the artful interplay of light and architecture, a fleeting expression on a transcendently beautiful face, a glorious sunrise, a spectacular sunset, frost crystals silently forming out of thin air, or the climactic result of human endeavor, I want to hear and see and feel it all!
My professional mission is to capture those special moments of wonder as impactful photographic images, and to share them – to educate, to entertain, and to inspire.”
In this self-portrait, Peter is purposefully in the right place at the right time – alone at the top of the world, exalting a glorious sunset, one of Nature’s grandest works of art, in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.
A coffee table book titled “Frost On My Windows” will be published soon containing hundreds of his frost images, as well as some thought-provoking prose about the very definition of art. If you are interested in this upcoming book, please contact Peter.
For further contact:
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone, Text or WhatsApp – +1.603.933.2345