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Mr. James Archambeault

James Archambeault was educated at Duquesne University in Pennsylvania, where he received his B.A. in Communications. After serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Philippines, he began making a living as an independent photographer specializing in nature and landscape scenes, a career he has pursued for more than twenty-five years.

Often collaborating with other talented individuals such as Thomas Clark and Wendell Berry, Archambeault has published five books:

  • Kentucky (1982)
  • Kentucky II (1989)
  • The Gift of Pleasant Hill: Shaker Community in Kentucky (1991)
  • Kentucky III (1999)
  • James Archambeault’s Historic Kentucky (2006)

His images have been featured in sundry nationally renowned publications, such as:

  • Architectural Digest
  • Encyclopedia Americana
  • National Geographic
  • Smithsonian Guide to Natural America
  • Time-Life Books

Archambeault is also the creator of Kentucky’s annual state calendar, as well as that of Pawleys Island, South Carolina.
Along with his recent association with the Hellenic Ideals Program, Archambeault is involved with the Kentucky Council on Child Abuse. He resides in Lexington, Kentucky, with his wife, Lee.

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