About Their Love of Music
"It is unlike anything I've ever seen and what I love about it is the fact that the portraits are just that...not on stage, not 'action' shots. And I also really like the fact that there are plenty of people I know and plenty of people I don't."
- Terry Stewart, President and CEO of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
"I agreed to write the foreword for Steve's book based on conversation and seeing some sample pictures from the concept. Having returned to my office to find a copy last week, my reaction was that it is amazing work and he should be proud! I'm very pleased to be a part of the project."
- Lester Holt, NBC Weekend Today Show anchor and author of the Foreword
About the Great Smoky Mountains Book
"This is the finest coffee table book we've ever seen on the Great Smokies! Park employees are buying it as gifts."
- Curt, Great Smoky Mountains N.P.
"Richard has a sensitivity for light that's pretty rare. He can coax a richness out of landscapes and low light conditions that you don't see other photographers experiment with. His photographs have an emotional depth that is superior to a lot of other work. It's the best large format photography book we've ever been able to offer our visitors."
- Steve Kemp,
Interpretive Products and Services Director, Great Smoky Mountains Association
"As the name of his company, Quiet Light Publishing, suggests, these are photos that are serene, calming and photographed in beautiful, sometimes subtle light. One doesn't always shout "Wow!" with the exclamation mark immediately because of that innate quietness, but one might whisper a muted "wow" after soaking up a beauty like Sunrise, Newfound Gap, November 2008 or the gorgeous black and white, Cosby Creek, May 2006."
- Steve Begnoche, Managing Editor Ludington Daily News
About Lewis & Clark Book
“Richard Mack’s ember photograph of the Missouri River at twilight gently moves off the page into your soul. I’ve never been absorbed by a photograph in a coffee table travel book as much as this spiritual picture in The Lewis & Clark Trail: American Landscapes.”
- Dave Hoekstra,
"This may be the most beautiful of the many Lewis and Clark coffee table books published over the past few years. If you've ever wondered what it must have been like to be with Lewis and Clark on their monumental journey, looking at Mack's beautifully rendered images is"
- Tom Dickson, Editor, Montana Outdoors Magazine
See more on the
Quiet Light publishing website!