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Bruce MacGregor, ASMP, specializes in portraiture, technology and environmental themes in the Pacific Northwest.

His camera has captured the birth of America’s first solar highway, the first commercial ocean wave power turbine, and Oregon’s first community wind farm.  MacGregor’s credits include New York Times syndication, PBS’s American Experience and Bill Moyers Journal. His most recent one-man show, A Year in the Long Life of Forest Park (hosted by Portland’s World Forestry Center) was seen by an estimated ten thousand people.

MacGregor has degrees in physics, education and photography.  His Portland, Oregon studio offers corporate, industrial, documentary and portrait photographic services.