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Sam Sherman is a retired secondary Social Studies teacher. He taught for 37 years in Natrona County, Wyoming. The first 32 years were spent at East Junior High, in Casper, where he taught U.S. History, Wyoming History/Government, World Geography, and Photography. The last five years of his teaching career were at Kelly Walsh High School, also in Casper, where he taught U.S. and World History.


Sam has a life long passion in photography.  His main focus is outdoor scenic and wildlife photography especially in Wyoming but also other areas of the world.


Sam has been a member of the Casper Photography Association for several years. He was president from 2012 through 2014. His photography skills and the quality of his work has greatly improved from his experiences with this organization.


He has published in national and local magazines such as “Vital Christianity” and “Wyoming Rural Electric.” He has also won numerous awards in photo exhibits. His scenic art is hanging in homes throughout the United States and other countries.