Hello, I’m Brent Bergherm and I’m thrilled you’re here. I love my hat and I would like to buy out the company so no one else can wear it… but, whatever… Anyway, in a metaphorical sense, I wear many hats. Allow me to tell you a bit about myself as…
When asked what type of photography I create, I most often say, “I’m a travel-outdoor photographer.” It’s quite broad and encompasses so many things. In short, I LOVE to travel and experience new people, cultures places and things. Whether I’m returning to a place for the 10th time, or a first-time visitor, it doesn’t matter to me.
A family man:
I have a fantastic family. With a wonderful wife of 19+ years and four children (all boys) my home life is hectic and busy. And I’m lovin’ every moment of it. I’ve joked how I must be something like a mob boss because pretty much everything I do is “for the family” so to speak. 🙂
I’m privileged to call Walla Walla University my “day job.” I’ve been teaching photography and design for over 11 years now. My how times flies!! It certainly keeps me busy and I consider myself very fortunate to have a job that requires me to keep pushing forward every day. The school is affiliated with the Seventh-day Adventist church, of which I’m a proud member. We are located in the SE corner of Washington State in the beautiful Walla Walla Valley.
A small business owner:
I operate this photography business where I offer my images through my agent, Danita Delimont Stock Photography, and fine art prints. As education runs deep in my family (my father has worked in education since I was 10 and my wife has a degree in education) I love being able to teach and share my findings with y’all. I do this through my YouTube Channel, workshops and my blog.
You can also find me on the Master Photography Podcast. I also have my own ‘cast called “Latitude Photography Podcast” where I focus on all things related to travel and landscape photography. My YouTube Channel is found here. I’ve got gear reviews, bag reviews and some travelogues.
If you twisted my arm I might admit that my favorite genre of photography has some type of water in it (waterfalls, ocean, rivers, that type of thing) and that I’m a huge fan of a good B&W image too.
This photo comes from Dubrovnik. The best city a photographer can find themselves in, in my opinion anyway.