About E. Gene Chambers
E. Gene Chambers, a native of Ohio, discovered his love for photography at the tender age of 9 when he “borrowed” his Uncle’s 1920s Brownie camera. His photos had shown enough promise that his Uncle let him use the camera anytime he wished to learn and improve his knowledge and skill in the art of photography.
He continued his passion for the photographic arts through high school and college, and throughout his 30-year career in the United States Navy. Today, he is a free-lance photographer whose diverse work has been featured in various mediums including the Woods Hole Film Festival, Old Colony Memorial and South Shore Living.
E. Gene Chambers resides in Plymouth, MA with his wife.