Ed Wolkis is an architectural and commercial photographer based in Atlanta, Georgia. He has earned over twenty local, national and international awards while working for clients such as: Owens Corning, Delta Airlines, General Electric, Turner Broadcasting Systems, The Atlanta Falcons, ABC-TV, CBS, Dupont, Coca-Cola, IBM, The Home Depot, CNN, Nokia, Tribune Entertainment, as well as architectural and design clients such as Sterling Trust, Atlantic Realty Partners, Perkins + Will, The Lane Company, Colliers Spectrum Cauble, Peacock Interiors, Havertys Furniture, and Atlanta Fine Homes/Sotheby’s International Realty.
Ed’s work has appeared in publications including: The New York Times, USA Today, Newsweek, National Geographic, Audubon Magazine, Town and Country Magazine, Sports Illustrated and TV Guide. His subjects have ranged from President George Bush to yak herders in Tibet.
Ed is the author of the book, How To Take Photos That Move Houses, An Easy-Reading Guide for Real Estate Agents, Brokers, Architects, Designers, & anyone who needs to show a property in its best light. He has been a speaker at the International Medical Volunteerism Conference at Emory University, and is currently a part time instructor at the Portfolio Center in Atlanta, Georgia, teaching architectural and commercial photography. He is a member of AIAP (Association of Independent Architectural Photographers) and is a Board Member of APA (American Photographic Artists), Atlanta.