Michael Farnham is a Washington DC based photographer specializing in commercial, construction, and outdoor photography.
Michael was born and raised in the Washington DC area and has been self-taught in his photography work since age 9.
His career path started with his service in the United States Navy Submarine service, then moved into Navy Special Warfare, Special Boat units. After his military service, Michael put himself through college earning degrees in Construction and Civil engineering. After taking on assignments as a project manager, part of his work required him to document project site conditions, through buildout of projects. This started in the Washington DC area, over his career expanded into assignments photographing sites as part of work for the Department of State at various locations worldwide.
Michael’s work has appeared in art galleries in the Washington DC area. Notably he has been a regular exhibitor at the Torpedo Factory Art Leagues gallery, Gallery 75. The National Cold War Museum accepted some of Michaels earliest works, at an air show, of a B – 58 Hustler bomber jet.
Michael has several photographs sent to National Geographic, and received editorial acclaim on several of his works.