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Glen Wexler is a photographic artist best known for creating digitally enhanced photocompositions of improbable situations. His works are included in the permanent collection at the George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film, and in the homes of many celebrities.
At 22 years old, Wexler photographed his first album cover for Quincy Jones Productions while a student at Art Center College of Design. Other projects include Michael Jackson, Van Halen, Rush, Black Sabbath, Yes, ZZ Top, and many others. His work has been profiled in many publications including Communication Arts, French PHOTO, Creativity, Los Angeles Times, Apple Pro Stories and Adobe Photoshop Innovator’s Spotlight. Tim Wride, former Curator of Photography for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art states “Wexler’s pictorial constancy as a risk taker and his deftness as a problem solver are the characteristics that distinguish his work and make his images both meaningful and memorable.”