Norwescon 42 Staff Photographers
Dr. Owl has been performing for many moons. First magic, then music, then balloon twisting, then stage acting, and later he became a mad scientist. Sometimes he is a jester, other times he’s playing a role on
stage or doing walk-around characters. He is the producer, director, and M.C. of a traveling variety show called Dr. Owl’s Medicine Show. His favorite thing to do is make balloon animals, however, anything that makes people smile, is fair game. Dr. Owl can be found at owljester.com
Photography, music, and cons are Destry’s greatest passions. He is grateful to be able to combine these most excellent art forms to convey great stories at Norwescon. Destry has photographed small local bands and established nationally and internationally known bands and musicians. He has photographed for large corporations, magazines, national news outlets, and music publicists.
David has enjoyed photography for as long as he can remember, taking photos of wildlife, weddings, graduations, underwater sea life, and more. This is his second year as a photographer for Norwescon and he is honored to be a part of the team.
An internationally published photographer, Thom has taken photos since 1971, and began photographing conventions at Norwescon 1 in 1978. He has photographed Orycons, Moscons, Dreamcons, PSSTcons, Westercons, Worldcons, and CostumeCons.
Pat has been into photography for more than 30 years, including macro, scenic, 3D, VR, event, and everything in between. This is his third year as part of the Norwescon photography team.
Pictures and video are a great way to remember Norwescons past. Norwescon shares our official photos via our Flickr account and video on our YouTube channel, and we have created a number of Flickr groups (one for each year we’ve been around) that anyone with a Flickr account is welcome to contribute to. This is especially true for the groups for Norwescon 25 and earlier, as many of those are currently entirely empty!
If you have photos that you would like to share, you can either add them to the appropriate Flickr group, or you can simply contact our Webmonkeys through our contact page and let us know that you have images to share.
You may want to review our photography guidelines — don’t worry, they’re simple; we’re very photographer-friendly!