Glenn Rand is known for his photography, his writing about photography and photographic education. His photographs are in thirty public museums collections in the United States, Europe and Japan and he has exhibited widely. He has published and lectured extensively about photography and digital imaging ranging from commercial aesthetics to the technical fine points lighting. Glenn has authored twelve books including “Lighting for Photography”(2008), “Capture” (2011), “The Portrait, second edition” (2014) and contributes regularly to various periodicals. To view all available books visit:
Glenn has taught and administered in public education, community colleges and universities since 1966. In conjunction with these academic roles and consulting he has developed and reorganized several curricula for fine art photography, commercial photography, digital imaging and allied curricula..
He received his Bachelor and Master of Arts from Purdue University with a Doctorate from the University of Cincinnati with post-doctoral research as a Visiting Scholar at the University of Michigan.
His consultant clients have included the Eastman Kodak Company, Ford Motor Company, Photo Marketing Association International, the Ministry of Education of Finland as well as many other businesses and several colleges.