I’ve been in love with photography since my teens. I first expressed that passion by taking candid photos of people on the crowded streets of New York. After college, I worked in advertising and fashion photography interning with some of the top commercial photographers of the day, and eventually opened my own studio.

Like many people who turn their hobbies into a living, I lost the passion for photography and eventually I left it for other things.

I had the good fortune to live in northern California for many years and this incredibly beautiful area inspired me to pick up a camera again. But instead of photographing people, I wanted to capture the amazing landscape surrounding us. I started small with 35mm film but soon I moved to 4×5 so that I could make large, sharp, detailed prints.

We were very settled in California, but life being what it is, we’re now living in Boulder Colorado, next to the Rocky Mountains. I have the amazing good luck to be able to hike in the foothills every morning, and I’m doing my best to translate my inspiration into prints. I still shoot 4×5 film, but do most of my Colorado images are taken with a digital camera. I’ve found it works better for me in this environment.

It’s my experience that at the core we are peace and love, and art can point us to that core. It is my hope that my images may contribute to your peace and happiness.
Please visit my website at www.timelesslight.com.

4 Responses to “About”

  1. Living in the Rockies you have arguably the most beautiful nature environments in North America – I’m jealous!

  2. Dear Dan Baumbach,

    I am a gallery assistant at Agora Gallery, a contemporary fine art gallery in New York. Can I send you some information about our
    gallery and promotional services that you might be interested in?

    I look forward to hearing from you,

    Kind regards,

    Elizabeth Duker-Gold
    Marketing Assistant / Agora Gallery
    Phone: 212.226.4151 ext. 202
    Fax: 212.966.4380

  3. Hi Dan:

    You may remember me from a ways back, we participated in the same online forums. Sorry to read that you’re not in Marin any more – I visit there fairly frequently. If you have advice about locations to visit, I’d appreciate it.

    I love the direction your photography has taken. Best wishes for photographic success…


  4. Thank you Tom. My abstract photography is all done in Colorado. I’d don’t know where I’d go in Marin, but I’d first check out the Lagunitas Lake watershed. Then I’d head to Muir Beach for rocks and sand.

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