Edwin Remsberg’s journey as a photojournalist and photographer began in his youth. By utilizing the camera as a means to communicate with the world and finding inspiration through generations of farming heritage, he began documenting agricultural events at county and state fairs as a member of 4-H (the national agricultural youth organization). This early experience laid the groundwork for themes and relationships that remain central to him as a photojournalist, a photographer and an artist. Today, Remsberg’s work ranges from high production advertisement photography to documentary event photography to fine art photographic series. Remsberg has co-authored several books including Dishing Up Maryland with Lucie Snodgrass, Maryland’s Vanishing Lives with John Sherwood, Outdoor Sculpture in Baltimore: A Historical Guide to Public Art in the Monumental City with Cindy Kelly and more. He has had a number of fine art installations including Maryland Masters:Edwin Remsberg’s Portraits of Maryland Traditions at The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art and Maryland State Arts Council and Diapothèque, a contemporary series represented by Jordan Faye Contemporary and represented by Jordan Faye Block in several international contemporary art fairs including Scope Miami 2011 and San Francisco art MRKT 2012. Remsberg’s images continue to exist in these various realms: commercial, documentary, lifestyle and exhibited fine art works. His inspiration remains in the creation of images that celebrate Maryland.