Glen Thomas Glancy
Glen and Ethelyn, raised their eight children in the Santa Clarita Valley. During that time Glen served as President of Century Records, President of Continental Sound, and President of AMT Systems, Inc. Glen’s background in music and engineering has allowed him to specialize in recording, mastering, and the engineering design of audio, video, and lighting systems for large performance centers and houses of worship. He is currently the Chairman of the Board of AMT Systems Inc.
In almost twenty years of producing jazz, classical, and choral artists, Glen has garnered five Grammy nominations. He served for a decade as producer of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and was responsible for a dozen choral recordings and several PBS television specials.
In recent years Glen has found time to return to a favorite hobby of photography. His interest in photography started as a young teen and he is enjoying the time he now has to devote to pursuing his interest in landscape, wildlife, and nature. His goal is “Sharing the Beauty Of God’s Earth with You.” "I love creating Images"
Glen is an active member of the Santa Clarita Valley Photographers Association, Professional Photographers of Los Angeles County, Professional Photographers of California and Professional Photographers of America. Glen and his wife enjoy taking photo trips and bringing back their work to share with others. Glen’s works have been recognized in numerous competitions in both the Professional Photographers of Los Angeles County, Professional Photographers of California, and Professional Photographers of America.
Glen was recently recognized by the Professional Photographers of America as the one of the top 10 Photographers in the Western Region. Glen was a Silver Medalist at the 2016 PPA International Print Competition.
Many of his works are currently on display in venues throughout the community.
Glen may be contacted at email@example.com
My goal is to create fine photographs; Images that are both artistically inspired and technically excellent. To be one without the other is not enough.
The final image is the product of a person, not a camera. It needs to express feelings and emotion. As a photographer, other than choosing the time of day and composition, I have little control over the capture. It is what mother nature gives me.
To satisfy my creativity I need to work on my photographs after I capture the image. After the image is recorded in the camera, I chose to infuse the image with the emotions I felt on location when I took the photograph.
My images represent the feelings and emotions I felt and wish to convey. I need to use color balance and contrast to bring out the tonalities I desire until it represents my memories of the original scene.
“I love to create images”