There is One in Every Crowd
There is One in Every Crowd




Jeffrey Stoner is known for making photographs that capture the essence of place.  His passion is to capture images of the beauty and wonder that surrounds us.   From the mystery of a trail leading through the fog, to the beauty of rhododendron flowers highlighted by the first rays of dawn, his images tell a story that touches the spirit.

Jeffrey had a lifelong passion for photography but only began selling his images in 2004 after a gallery in Pennsylvania asked to show his work.   He expanded his gallery presence in Pennsylvania and then in 2007 he and his wife made the decision to move to northeastern Tennessee.

The move opened additional opportunities for making images in the mile-high mountains and fertile valleys of Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia.  It also gave the opportunity for expanded gallery representation.

He is especially known for his Goats of Roan and Wild Pones of Grayson series, and his landscape and wildlife images have been featured in international, national, and regional publications.  In 2012 he released his book titled The Meaning in Trees.  The book showcases his favorite tree images from the Highland mountains to the Low Country of South Carolina.

His latest book Current, Essays on the Passing of Time in the Woods was published by Shanti Arts Publishing and released in October 2013.  Fifty-five of Stoner’s images illustrate the essays of Robert McGowan.