New Hights Photography
Fred R. Hight’s photography has appeared in newspapers including The Dallas Morning News, The New Orleans Times-Picayune, The Houston Chronicle and The Memphis Commercial Appeal. And magazines like Texas Parks & Wildlife, Texas Highways (including the April 2012 Wildflower issue), and for publishers Pearson Education, Cambridge University Press, Harcourt School Publishers and Creative Company Publishing.
Fred’s art photography has been featured at the Verizon Gallery in Irving, Texas, the Highlands Gallery and the Goodrich Gallery, both in Dallas. In the past 15 years, his work has been jury selected for art festivals in Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Colorado, Kentucky and Florida. He was named “2009 Best Photography of Show” at Artfest in Dallas and was “Best of Show” at the 2005 Edom Festival of the Arts. He received a 2010 Robertson Award for Communications for his photography work.
Fred draws upon his many years of producing quality media presentations. He was Video Production Supervisor at Zale Corporation for 3½ years and Director of Communications for First United Methodist Church in Dallas for 12 years. Fred has produced, directed, written, shot and edited training and communication programs for a variety of organizations.
He received a B.F.A. from Southern Methodist University in 1982. While in college, he worked with commercial photographers Ted Dayton and Bobby Badger. Before starting New Hights Photography in 2000, he attended the Santa Fe Workshops where he studied with internationally acclaimed photographer Arthur Meyerson. He also participated in an Arizona Highways workshop led by LeRoy DeJolie.