Pete Byron is a New Jersey-based freelance photographer with over 30 years' experience capturing the magic that lies between energy and repose. Clients who benefit from Pete's unwavering passion include institutions of learning such as:
New Jersey Institute of Technology
Rutgers University (multiple schools)
Teachers College at Columbia University
Raritan Valley Community College
Pete's work also appears in the print- and online publications of business leaders including:
Public Service Electric & Gas
New Jersey Monthly Magazine
Pete has been honored with national awards from a variety of organizations. Most recently, his work was exclusively used for the W3 Award-winning website for Raritan Valley Community College.The RVCC website is currently a finalist for the NCMPR Parargon Award, which will be announced on March 23, 2020. Other awards include a 2012 Web Design Award from Graphic Design USA, and other awards from the International Association of Business Communicators, Council for Advancement and Support of Education(CASE) American Association of Medical Colleges(AAMC), the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations.
Pete's work was shown in two exhibitions at the Morris Museum. One featured 2014 Special Olympic athletes and para athletes, and the other--Faces of Breast Cancer--celebrated survivors of the disease. Other exhibitions were shown at Drew University, Delbarton School and the Terrian Gallery in New York.
Balancing opposites defines Pete's philosophy on photography, art and life.