Peter Bohler has shot projects all over the world--from the mud pits of Polish Woodstock to 17,000 foot passes in Nepal to 117 degree heat in Lake Havasu, Arizona.
Peter grew up in rural New Jersey, where his Swiss-American parents raised sheep and made pottery. He went on to assist for photographers such as Cass Bird, Greg Miller, Nina Berman, and Jason Nocito.
He's happiest exploring strange gatherings and remote places with his camera. In his free time, he likes climbing mountains, skiing, and cooking. He is based in Los Angeles.
His story Come On, Feel the Mud recently won a Gold Medal Award from the Society of Publication Designers.
The New York Times Magazine
Los Angeles Magazine
Swiss Photo Selection:The Best 2009 (CH)
Die Weltwoche (CH)