Moshing at 60 at the Grand Kerfuffle with MUTEMATH and AWOL Nation

Well, I have experienced the “mosh pit” and lived to tell the tale. My college senior daughter, Tori, found no taker for her extra ticket to the 2013 Grand Kerfuffle, an outdoor rock… Continue reading

Sculpted Bronze

Sculpted Bronze, ©Dana Sohm (Detail of the Experience Music Project building in Seattle, WA) Photographs are powerful when they create a human connection between the photographer and the viewer. It is a photograph’s… Continue reading

Sohm Landscapes On Exhibit in Downtown Salt Lake

Three Sohm landscape photos, two traditional, one painterly, are currently on exhibit at a group exhibit at Utah Artist Hands and adjacent Caffe Molise. The exhibits features photographic fine-art prints juried into the… Continue reading

Sohm Photos Appear in 2013 Utah Scenic Calendar

I was much honored to have two of my photos appear in the prestigious 2013 “Official Scenic Calendar” published each year by the Utah Office of Tourism. This Calendar wins awards nearly ever… Continue reading

Emerald Pools and Their Remarkable Falls

What does an architectural photographer do on his time off? Photograph nature, of course. Zion National Park is not known for its waterfalls, but it has some gorgeous ones in an area named… Continue reading

Crate & Barrel’s newest store (its gorgeous!)

I have been a fan of Crate & Barrel since I wandered into the San Francisco store when I lived there way back in 1987. I loved the water pitchers and flower vases,… Continue reading

Corporate Portraiture

I am receiving increasing requests for corporate portraits, usually head shots or 3/4 body shots, used for company resumes or for posting on company websites. I have shot in outdoor locations, in company… Continue reading

Of Stationery and Business Cards

Of Stationery and Business Cards I am honored to be invited to be a presenter at the SMPS Southwest regional conference that takes place at the end of February. My topic is “Photography… Continue reading

Sohm Photographically Blog

As you may know, I had the life-altering opportunity of traveling to Israel last Spring at the invitation of the Utah chapter of the American Institute of Architects.  We visited lots of architecture,… Continue reading

My new Gallery Site

I think I must have the best job in the world. I get to photograph the most amazing architecture at the best times of day. I get to travel to exotic locations. My… Continue reading