Brent Winebrenner is a California-based editorial travel, corporate location, and stock photographer. In addition to a wide variety of Lonely Planet publications, his work has appeared in National Geographic Traveler, National Geographic Adventure, Sunset, Island Magazine, California Home, Cowboys & Indians, Food & Home, Santa Barbara Magazine, Seasons, Upwardly Mobile, Modern Bride, Wine Spectator, The New York Times, The New York Daily News, The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Independent, Magellan's Travel, and The Territory Ahead catalogs, as well as in many textbooks, annual reports and corporate collateral materials. Brent served as a Semester at Sea photographer and taught location lighting in the Visual Journalism department at the Brooks Institute of Photography. He has produced a variety of corporate branding videos for Kendall Jackson and has been a principle photographer on three coffee table books for Rizzoli Publications. To see more, visit www.brentwinebrenner.com.
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