James Cammack

Since graduating from East Texas State University with a Master’s Degree in photojournalism, Cammack has operated his own professional photography business, first in Texas and now in the Four Corners area of southwest Colorado. His assignments varied from advertising, nature and wildlife, magazine editorials to photojournalism and fine art. Cammack’s personal photographic art has been exhibited in numerous museums and galleries including the Dallas Museum of Fine Art and the Houston Museum of Fine Arts. Cammack continues to work on personal photographic projects while residing in southwest Colorado..


O. Rufus Lovett

O. Rufus Lovett has been living in Longview, Texas for the past 38 years teaching photography at Kilgore College and working as a fine art and editorial photographer. In 2005 he was awarded Piper Professor from the Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation in San Antonio for superior teaching at the college level. Lovett’s editorial work has appeared in Texas Monthly, People magazine, Money, Gourmet, Saveur, Texas Highways, Houstonia and LIFE.

The University of Texas Press at Austin has published two of his photographic books, Weeping Mary in 2006 and Kilgore Rangerettes in 2008. Most recently he has completed a new book with food writer Robb Walsh, BBQ Crossroads that was released by The University of Texas Press in April 2013.

Lovett’s fine art photographs are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, The Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at The University of Texas At Austin, the Birmingham Museum Of Art in Birmingham, Alabama, the Wittliff Gallery of Southwestern and Mexican Photography in San Marcus, Texas, Baylor University, the Art Museum of Southeast Texas in Beaumont, Texas and The Grace Museum in Abilene, Texas.