Jo in Kenya, Africa

J o      C r e b b i n.

 

“All photographers “chase” the light.  It is just what we do,” said Crebbin.  This journey will take the audience into the spectacular light of Antarctica. Crebbin recently returned from a photo exposition in November of 2013.

 

Jo has spent her entire lifetime developing her creative talents, beginning as a Communications major in college, evolving into a teacher of Speech, Theatre and Television Production, a head of broadcast production of a CBS affiliate, a general manager of a Cable TV channel, then owner of her  own video production company.  During her video career, Jo won hundreds of awards for creative excellence, editing and videography including two national awards for the Arts and Entertainment (A&E) network.  Her work has been seen on CNN, CBS, ABC, Inside Edition and PBS. Recently she won the Best in Black and White Imagery for the Florida Camera Council. Her “Leopard sleeps in a Tree “ won the top honors for the NANPA (National Association of Nature Photographers) 2013 competition. One of her Antarctica images won the Florida Camera Club’s top honors in 2014 and 2015.

 

In 2001, Jo retired from the business of creating TV images in order to focus on the exciting new field of digital photography and formed Jo Crebbin Photography.  She is presently a supplier for three digital stock photography companies, as well as exhibiting her photography in local galleries in North Carolina and Florida.  “Chasing the Light to Antarctica” describes her  spectacular adventures of her recent trek to the southern most continent, Antarctica.  Also during this adventure, Crebbin visited the wildlife of the Falkland Islands as well as South Georgia.

 

Jo is married to Dean Crebbin, a retired advertising executive and divides her residency between Pisgah Forest, NC and Englewood, Florida.  She is a member of the Rotary Club of Brevard, Boca Royale Golf and Tennis Club, Transylvania Mac Users Group, Land of Waterfalls Camera Club and the Venice Camera Club.  She currently is the President of the Englewood Camera Club in Florida.