Curtis Cowgill is an award winning amateur photographer specializing in nature and wildlife photography.
His images have been published in newspapers, magazines, church directories, educational pamphlets, Philadelphia Zoo publications and book covers. He has had several photo essays published in a local newspaper. Several of his images were selected by a major camera manufacturer for use in national trade shows. He has photographed extensively in national parks and wild life refuges, on the northeastern and western coasts of the United States as well as in Canada, England, Wales, France, Italy, Austria, Costa Rica, Botswana, and Kenya.
Curtis Cowgill's photographs range from college and professional football to African cats and brilliant sunrise images in the western mountains of the United States.
He resides in Doylestown, Pennsylvania where he is a community volunteer with the Doylestown Hospital, the Mercer Historical Society, and St. Paul's Lutheran Church. He is currently on the board of the County Theater, Central Bucks Family YMCA, and the Bucks County Symphony, of which he was president for 3 years.
After graduating from the United States Naval Academy, he served in the Navy Nuclear Submarine Force, and subsequently, worked as a nuclear engineer in the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.