Loren Soderberg was born and raised in a rural community of Oregon. He has maintained his studio in Sausalito at the ICB since 1986, and has been a resident of Marin County since 1968. Soderberg has a keen sensitivity toward the beauty of nature. His photographs have appeared in publications and posters for The Nature Company and the Sierra Club as well as many other publications. His works focus on the tranquility and grandeur of the Oregon and California Wilderness. Soderberg has lived in Novato for 6 years and loves the quick commute to the wine country and Point Reyes where he visits every week to take photos. Once in awhile, he goes out for 4 consecutive days if the moon phase or tides or weather is what he wants to capture. In the not-to-distant future, Soderberg says he’ll publish a book of his most favorite views of Main.
Most recently, he’s been photographing the east side of Tomales Bay and Marshall. For many years he’s focused his on the idea of making beautiful prints. His art has been exhibited in many galleries. These exhibitions have made his photographs to be known all over the world, and explain why his art are found in almost all corners of the world. Soderberg is a faithful visitor of art galleries and museums since he believes that doing so will help him to be up to date with current trends and also to keep learning new techniques and styles. All his images inspire and delight all upcoming artists and all his viewers.