Photograph by Jonathan Koslen
Wayne Mazorow grew up in Lorain, OH and has lived in Cleveland’s eastern suburbs since graduating from college with a B.S. in chemistry. He is now retired, after working in the adhesive and sealant industry for the 30 years.
A self taught photographer, Wayne started photographing the landscape of northeast Ohio thirty years ago with a 35 mm camera. He started using a 4x5 large format view camera in 1998 and a mirrorless digital camera in 2020.
He has had twenty one person shows including the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, University Hospitals and the Seiberling Gallery in Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
Wayne has exhibited in many of the local juried art shows, and has won awards in the April Art Show in Gates Mills, Annual Fairmount Russell Art Exhibit, FAVA Six State Photography Exhibit, Jewish Community Center Photography Exhibit, Valley Art Center Annual Juried Exhibit, Geauga Parks District Nature Arts Festival and North Chagrin Nature Photography Contest