The late A. Aubrey Bodine, photographic director of the Sunday Sun Magazine, recorded his beloved state of Maryland for fifty years. As a constant exhibitor in photography salons, his newspaper pictorialist assignments often won national and international awards. Throughout his career, Bodine’s readers regarded his photography as an art form because he went to great lengths to capture the moods of this region and its people. He attended the Maryland Institute College of Art. He was awarded fellowships by both the Photographic Society of America and the National Press Photographers Association, making history as the first photographer to be so honored by his peers. With Stanley L. Cahn’s assistance, Bodine published numerous books showcasing his photographs. After his death Bodine’s daughter, Jennifer Bodine, edited Bodine’s Chesapeake Bay Country, which showcases some of his most famous, and award-winning photographs in Maryland. Jennifer Bodine is a stained glass artist, mother, and her father’s biggest fan. She compiled Bodine’s Chesapeake Bay Country from thousands of A. Aubrey Bodine’s photographs. She received a BA from the University of Maryland, a JD from the University of Baltimore, and a MA from Washington College. Jennifer and her husband run an online business, reproducing her father’s photographs.

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