About Greg Vojtko
Greg Vojtko is a veteran newspaper photojournalist living and working in Southern California's Inland Empire region. For the past 20 years he has specialized in news, sports, feature and on-location environmental portrait photography. Recently he has dabbled in gathering sound and compiling audio-visual presentations as well as producing web galleries of still images and short video news reports.
Projects/significant assignments include a five-part feature essay on a local U.S. Army reservist during his tour of duty in war-ravaged Bosnia, a five-part travelogue about Route 66 on the 75th anniversary of The Mother Road, coverage of former President Gerald Ford's final tribute in Washington, DC and Grand Rapids, MI and still/video contributions to a multimedia presentation entitled Future Power: Alternatives To Fossil Fuel Dependence.
Vojtko earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art/Design from Cal State Los Angeles and was a fellow at Knight Digital Media Center/UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism Multimedia Reporting and Convergence Seminar in December 2007.
His photography has been recognized by the National Press Photographers Association, California Press Photographers Association, California Newspaper Publishers Association, Associated Press News Executive Council, Press Photographers Association of Greater Los Angeles, Society of Professional Journalists, San Diego Press Club and the National Baseball Hall of Fame. His work has appeared in numerous publications and been exhibited at California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA.
- Occupation: Photojournalist
- Location: Southern California's Inland Empire, CA 92346 USA
- Website: http://www.gregvojtko.com
- Was accepted for Dec 16-21 2007 Multimedia Training.
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Content on this site written by Greg Vojtko (includes contributory writing):
- A tiny ray of energy brighter than the sun helps scientists solve mysteries.