Inland Empire photographer Greg Vojtko specializes in environmental portraits, event coverage, commercial/industrial subjects and destination photography for editorial, business and corporate communications clients. His almost four decades of experience as a newspaper photojournalist and corporate communications photographer, combined with his education in fine arts, results in effectively planned and executed assignments, storytelling imagery exhibiting a keen sense of design, delivered on time and within budget, that meet and exceed customer expectations.

Vojtko earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art/Design from California State University, Los Angeles in 1993 and was awarded a fellowship to the Knight Digital Media Center Multimedia Reporting & Convergence Seminar at UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism in December 2007. He was a staff photographer at The Press-Enterprise for nearly two decades and currently is command photographer (contractor) at Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Corona Division, supporting Corporate Communications/Graphics & Imaging.

His photography has been recognized by the National Press Photographers Association, California Press Photographers Association, California Newspaper Publishers Association, Associated Press News Executives Council, Press Photographers Association of Greater Los Angeles, Society of Professional Journalists/Inland Empire Chapter, San Diego Press Club and the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Twice he was part of a team of journalists whose coverage of catastrophic seasonal wildfires in the San Bernardino Mountains was nominated for The Pulitzer Prize.  His work has appeared in numerous publications and been exhibited at California Museum of Photography located in Riverside, California.

2 Comments

  1. Karen Martinchich
    November 9, 2017

    Dear Greg,

    You have recorded so many precious times for our history. Based on your assignments you are highly regarded for your talents in photojournalism.

    I hope to hear more about your work. Thank you for your courage and time to record historic moments. God bless you and keep you safe throughout your journeys.

    Sincerely,
    Karen Martinchich

  2. Greg Vojtko
    November 18, 2017

    Thanks Karen, for taking the time to comment. Much appreciated!

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