About Brian

Photographer, Author, Teacher, Consultant

Brian Loflin is a seasoned photographic professional with a career that spans more than four decades in the advertising, aviation, bio-medical and publishing industry. As a graduate biologist with a background in marketing and communications, his early experience was as a medical photographer and a freelance photojournalist.

During his career, Brian’s photographs have been published in many international magazines as well as books and other publications, including major news agencies of the world. His work has won numerous industry awards, but most importantly, his work has won the admiration and respect of his clients. Those clients include leading names in the advertising and aerospace industry including: Bozell Worldwide, Milici, and Frye-Sills Advertising, Fairchild Aircraft, Aeritalia, Raytheon/Beech Aerospace and BFGoodrich Aerospace.

Brian is a member of International Society of Aviation Photographers, Organization of Biological Field Stations and a past member of American Society of Media Photographers. Brian is past president of the Minnesota Nature Photographers and founder and current president of the Austin Shutterbug Club. He is now the program originator and photography instructor of a new curriculum of Wildlife Photography at Texas A&M University – Kingsville.

Brian and his wife, Shirley, actively teach and conduct seminars and workshops in many areas of photography. They also lead nature photography tours to a variety of destinations. They authored, produced and photographed Grasses of the Texas Hill Country and Texas Cacti, two photographic field guides for Texas A&M University Press and available at most booksellers. Their next new book, also by Texas A&M University Press, Texas Wildflower Vistas and Hidden Treasures is in final production.


To see a collection of Loflin’s work, please visit www.loflin-images.com and www.thenatureconnection.com .

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