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Scott J. Lothes

Executive Director

Center for Railroad Photography & Art

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Center for Railroad Photography & Art

313 Price Place Suite 13

Madison, Wisconsin,53705

United States

Company Description

Railroadheritage.org is produced and managed by the Center for Railroad Photography & Art, Inc. (the "Center"). The Center protects and promotes individual artists and their work. Part of this mission includes exercising due diligence in observing copyright la... more

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Employment History

Photographer, Writer, and Web Designer

Scott Lothes Photography


English Teacher

Hokusei Gakuen University High School


Assistant Editor

Sound and Vibration Magazine


Web References(55 Total References)


About the Center | Center for Railroad Photography & Art

www.railphoto-art.org [cached]

From left to right: Scott Lothes, Kevin Keefe, Michael Schmidt, Norm Carlson, Michael Valentine, Richard Tower, John Gruber, Nona Hill, Al Louer, Bon French, Jeff Brouws, and David Kahler.
Scott Lothes, President and Executive Director, scottlothes.com Scott Lothes became the Center's full-time executive director in 2011, after serving on its staff part-time since 2008. In 2013 he succeeded John Gruber as president and editor of the Center's journal, Railroad Heritage. Fascinated by railroads from birth, Lothes grew up watching coal trains in West Virginia. He took up photography while attending college at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, where he was graduated magna cum laude in 2002 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. To date more than 300 of his photographs have appeared in print, along with forty bylined articles in magazines including Trains, Classic Trains, Railfan & Railroad, and Railroads Illustrated, as well as two front-page travel stories in the Sunday Oregonian, Portland, Oregon's leading newspaper. Lothes won the Trains and Canon photography contest in 2003, tied for first place in the Center's 2006 Creative Photography Awards Program, and in 2008 staff at Trains selected one of his photos for inclusion in its "100 Greatest Railroad Photos" special issue. He presented at the Center's 2008 conference, and he has made numerous multimedia presentations at Winterail, Summerail, the Autumn Leaf Slideshow, and Beecherfest. Prior to joining the Center, Lothes spent three years as assistant editor of the engineering magazine Sound & Vibration and two years as an English teacher at a high school in Hokkaido, Japan. He has also lived in Oregon and traveled extensively in Vietnam and China. Since moving to Wisconsin, he has undertaken a project to document the railroads of the Upper Mississippi River Valley, where he enjoys hiking and camping with his wife, Maureen Muldoon. Scott Lothes


cs.trains.com

Last month, Trains magazine's e-newsletter included a link to an online exclusive about creative railroad photography. [If you don't receive the Trains e-newsletter, click here to sign up.] The article was written by Scott Lothes, project director for The Center for Railroad Photography and Art, based in Madison, Wis.
He wrote about what makes a railroad photo creative and how it has changed over the years.


Staff | Center for Railroad Photography & Art

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Scott Lothes, President and Executive Director, scottlothes.com
Scott Lothes Scott Lothes became the Center's full-time executive director in 2011, after serving on its staff part-time since 2008. In 2013 he succeeded John Gruber as president and editor of the Center's journal, Railroad Heritage. Fascinated by railroads from birth, Lothes grew up watching coal trains in West Virginia. He took up photography while attending college at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, where he was graduated magna cum laude in 2002 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. To date more than 300 of his photographs have appeared in print, along with forty bylined articles in magazines including Trains, Classic Trains, Railfan & Railroad, and Railroads Illustrated, as well as two front-page travel stories in the Sunday Oregonian, Portland, Oregon's leading newspaper. Lothes won the Trains and Canon photography contest in 2003, tied for first place in the Center's 2006 Creative Photography Awards Program, and in 2008 staff at Trains selected one of his photos for inclusion in its "100 Greatest Railroad Photos" special issue. He presented at the Center's 2008 conference, and he has made numerous multimedia presentations at Winterail, Summerail, the Autumn Leaf Slideshow, and Beecherfest. Prior to joining the Center, Lothes spent three years as assistant editor of the engineering magazine Sound & Vibration and two years as an English teacher at a high school in Hokkaido, Japan. He has also lived in Oregon and traveled extensively in Vietnam and China.


Directors and Officers | Center for Railroad Photography & Art

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Scott Lothes, Madison, Wisconsin, President and Executive Director
Scott Lothes became the Center's full-time executive director in 2011, after serving on its staff part-time since 2008. In 2013 he succeeded John Gruber as president and editor of the Center's journal, Railroad Heritage. Fascinated by railroads from birth, Lothes grew up watching coal trains in West Virginia. He took up photography while attending college at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, and to date over 300 of his photographs have appeared in print, along with 40 bylined articles. He won the Trains and Canon photography contest in 2003, tied for first place in the Center's 2006 Creative Photography Awards Program, and in 2008 staff at Trains magazine selected one of his photos for inclusion in its "100 Greatest Railroad Photos" special issue. In addition to West Virginia and Ohio, he has lived in Oregon and Hokkaido, Japan, and traveled extensively in Vietnam and China.


Directors | Center for Railroad Photography & Art

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Scott Lothes, Madison, Wisconsin (Executive Director)
Scott Lothes became the Center¡¯s full-time executive director in August 2011, after serving on its staff part-time since 2008. Fascinated by railroads from birth, he grew up watching coal trains in West Virginia. Lothes took up photography while attending college at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, and to date some 300 of his photographs have appeared in print, along with 30 bylined articles. He won the Trains and Canon photography contest in 2003, tied for first place in the Center¡¯s 2006 Creative Photography Awards Program, and in 2008 staff at Trains magazine selected one of his photos for inclusion in its ¡°100 Greatest Railroad Photos¡± special issue. In addition to West Virginia and Ohio, he has lived in Oregon and Hokkaido, Japan, and traveled extensively in Vietnam and China. Read the press release on Lothes¡¯ appointment.


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