Inland Empire photographer Greg Vojtko spent his career specializing in storytelling imagery for editorial, business and corporate communications clients. His nearly four decades’ experience as a newspaper, magazine and wire service photojournalist, and later a corporate communications photographer, coupled with his education in fine arts, resulted in well-planned and executed assignments, imagery exhibiting a keen sense of design, delivered on time and within budget, that met and exceeded client expectations.

His work was recognized by the National Press Photographers Association, The California Press Photographers 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. His work has been exhibited at The California Museum of Photography, located in Riverside, California. He was part of a team of journalists at The Press-Enterprise whose coverage of catastrophic wildfires in the San Bernardino National Forest was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in 2003 and 2007.

Photo courtesy of CSUSB photographer Robert Whitehead