The Gary Zvonkovic Architecture Photographic Records consist of business records of Gary Zvonkovic and includes film negatives, transparencies, and prints, as well as books and some project files. Materials are arranged according to Zvonkovic’s filing system, which organizes jobs in chronological order and by project number.
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The Gary Zvonkovic Architecture Photographic Records consist of business records of Gary Zvonkovic and includes film negatives, transparencies, and prints, as well as books and some project files.
Gary Zvonkovic is a professional photographer who specializes in architectural photography. A native Houstonian, he earned a degree in photography at Stephen F. Austin State University in 1986. He then began his career in Houston first as a freelance assistant, assisting and learning from many established professionals, then as a full-time assistant to architectural photographer Joe Aker. In 1993 they became partners to form Aker / Zvonkovic Photography and AZ Lab. Zvonkovic has photographed projects for internationally renowned architects and real estate developers and has been published extensively in books and magazines. In 2011, he formed his own company, Zvonkovic Photography, and continues to have an active architectural photography practice.
Materials in this collection were donated by Gary Zvonkovic in October, 2014.
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