Lloyd Wolf

Photo by Kristian Whipple for “half truths” project. Arlington, VA. Dec 20, 2017

Title: Commercial and Editorial Photographer
Arlington, Virginia, United States

Lloyd Wolf, Commercial and Editorial Photographer, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in professional photography.

Mr. Wolf is a professional photographer working with numerous esteemed publications, including The Washington Post, National Geographic Society Explorer Magazine, Smithsonian Magazine, Vogue Magazine, People Magazine, and Elle Magazine. He has additionally contributed his talents to organizations including the AFL-CIO, American Express, Xerox, the United Way, Texaco Inc., Smithsonian Channel, Newsday, the National Institutes of Health, and the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees. Mr. Wolf has worked with HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher,” the United States Census Bureau, the American Psychological Association, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Alongside his work as a professional photographer, Mr. Wolf is also an educator, sharing his knowledge as an adjunct professor at Northern Virginia Community College from 2006 to 2007 and at George Mason University in 2003. He taught photography with Arlington Public Schools from 1976 to 1981 and 1983 to 1985. Mr. Wolf has also been a guest lecturer at numerous workshops with the Corcoran School of Arts and Design, the National Gallery of Art, the Columbia Museum of Art, the Institute for Policy Studies, and the Washington Center for Photography, among other organizations.

Mr. Wolf’s creative works include numerous documentary projects he has published since 1985. He created “Transitions: The Columbia Pike Documentary Project” in 2020, “Ain’t No Mercy” for Blurb.com in 2020, “Boa Viagem” for Blurb.com in 2018, “Jewish Mothers: Strength, Wisdom, Compassion” in

2000, and “Facing the Wall: Americans at the Vietnam Memorial” in 1986, among numerous others. Mr. Wolf has been recognized with myriad awards for his work, including being named an honoree in the Best of Arlington by InsideNOVA in 2016 and 2022 and in Art for Life by Whitman-Walker Health in 2010. He was featured in Who’s Who in American Photography in 1988 and has maintained membership in the Society for Photographic Education and the United States Senate Press Photographer’s Gallery. Mr. Wolf attributes his success to his hard work, interest in people, and the influence of his father. In the coming years, he aspires to publish another book and continue making documentaries about his community.

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