"Each image must be Bold, Aggressive and Dynamic."

About the Photographer

Wayne Lyons, a 5th generation Fenwick Islander has lived and worked at the beach since 1996. Wayne graduated from The Ohio State University in 1986 with a Bachelor of Arts in photography/photojournalism.

Wayne was originally drawn to photography because of his love for action sports. He spent many fall days photographing Ohio State football games. After Wayne graduated from THE OSU he moved to Southern CA and joined Ronald Moore and Associates Inc., an architectural photography firm. Wayne worked with architects, owners, developers, construction companies and commercial real estate companies photographing with a large format camera “4X5”. During his 10 years with RMA he photographed projects like The Staple Center in LA, The Kodak Theater in Century City, the Luxor and the Bellagio in Las Vegas and many more.
During this time, he also used large format equipment to photograph the wonders and beauty that CA had to offer. This also allows him to sell large art images to customers, art galleries and the public.

With the digital age today, Wayne now controls every element of his images, from taking the photo, working on the image in photoshop, printing the image and mounting the image. Each image must be Bold, Aggressive and Dynamic. In Wayne’s eyes it must be perfect.

What Defines
Wayne Lyons Sucess


Create art that instills a sense of wonder in the beauty of creation, presented in a gallery that conveys an atmosphere of excellence and staffed by happy, motivated art consultants who focus on an excellent client experience.


Whether teaching students about photography, or championing the needy, my gallery will become a leader in the business community by adopting a servant’s heart and using the simple act of giving as a strategy for success. We want everyone who comes into the gallery to leave inspired by their experience.


Through art, we will contribute, in a positive way, to the betterment of our culture and inspire our ocean minded community to appreciate the gift of life.

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