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Milton Heiberg


Milton Heiberg
Faculty, Photography

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Milton Heiberg was born and raised in Brooklyn, N.Y., and educated at New York University, Union State College, New Jersey, and Cornell Graduate School of Biological Sciences. He was given a Brownie Target camera at age 8 and has been an avid photographer ever since.

Milton was a charter member of the International Center of Photography, New York City. He served two terms as a director with New York City Audubon Society, and was founder and past chairman of its Photography Committee. He currently serves on the board of directors at the Orange Audubon Society in Orlando.

As a field photographer, Milton was appointed Chief Photographer for several archaeological expeditions in Israel (1972–1979) under the direction of Duke University, University of Texas at Austin, and The Smithsonian Institute. He also created a photographic series on the Methods of Archaeological Excavation for the Archaeological Institute of America.

In 1980 Milton started a studio in New York’s photo district, which he operated until his move to Florida. There he did advertising and location photography including  covers, promotional and editorial illustration photographic assignments for McGraw-Hill, HarperCollins, Time Warner, Penguin and National Geographic Society.

In the field of nature photography, he founded and taught the Nature Photography course at the New York City Audubon Society from 1982 until he moved to Florida in 1998.

He is a frequent lecturer on wildlife photography, special effects, and general photography. Tens of thousands of his images have been published worldwide. He is the author of seven books on photographic technique. For more information and images, visit his web site at:

www.miltonheiberg.com

E-mail: photonat@cfl.rr.com

Backyard Butterfly
Backyard Butterfly, Photography
Bald Eagle
Bald Eagle, Photography
John Lennon
John Lennon 1980 , Photography

Exhibitions

1973 IRELAND/CHILDREN, Grey Advertising, New York, NY

1976 GROUP SHOW, McGraw-Hill Building, New York, NY (First Prize Photo Award + best of show)

1976 GROUP SHOW, International Center of Photography, New York, NY

1980–81 DAILY LIFE IN ANCIENT TIMES, Yeshiva University Museum, New York, NY

1991 SPECIAL EFFECTS, Exposures Gallery, Sugarloaf, NY

1997 INTERPRETATIONS OF NATURE, Medical Photographers Association, sponsored by Eastman Kodak, New York, NY

1998 INTERPRETATIONS OF NATURE, The Harvard Club, New York, NY

2000–05 INTERPRETATIONS OF NATURE, Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival, Titusville, Florida

2004 - ONGOING
SMOKEY BONES RESTAURANTS, 100+ restaurants nationwide

Books

1978 THE OLYMPUS GUIDE, Amphoto, New York, NY

1979 THE YASHICA GUIDE, Amphoto, New York, NY

1980 OLYMPUS: POCKET COMPANION, Amphoto, New York, NY

1980 YASHICA: POCKET COMPANION, Amphoto, New York, NY

1981 OLYMPUS, OM-10: POCKET COMPANION, Amphoto, New York, NY

1981 NIKON-F3: POCKET COMPANION, Amphoto, New York, NY

1997 THE ESSENTIALS OF NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY, The Tern Book Company, New York, NY

Permanent Collections

ARCHAEOLOGICAL SUBJECTS, Duke University, Durham, N.C.

ARCHAEOLOGICAL SUBJECTS, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel

ARCHITECTURAL SUBJECTS, Hunter College Art Department, New York, N.Y.

ARCHAEOLOGICAL SUBJECTS University of Texas at Austin
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