Paul Hosefros retired as senior photographer in Washington D.C. for the New York Times. In his early 20s and not long graduated from New York University, he was already working for the Times in New York when he was invited to work on wine stories with a columnist in France. Three weeks of intense research - including visits to Haut Brion and lunch at Mouton with Baron Philippe himself - gave Paul not just a world-class beginning education...but also a headache. In the intervening years, he’s worked with the late Craig Claiborne, and photographed war zones, fires, models, seven Presidents, countless foreign heads of state, earthquakes, hurricanes and sports. He has been published not just in the Times but in numerous other publications. Now “retired” in Idaho with a proud Masters degree from Boise State University, Paul has come full circle with the Idaho Wine Country book.
Photography provided by Paul Hosefros and Caxton Press from Idaho Wine Country (ISBN# 978-087004-479-3), available at www.caxtonpress.com