About Peter Randall
With over forty-five years of experience, Peter E. Randall is one of New Hampshire's best known editorial photographers. He is the author of fifteen books, ten of which feature his photographs. New Hampshire Four Seasons (1979) was the first published book of New Hampshire color photographs. He has also published photo essays on Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and Newburyport, Salem, and Marblehead, Massachusetts, as well as two volumes on the Isles of Shoals. His photographic books include Hampton Beach, Summer of '83 (published 2019), New Hampshire A Living Landscape, a collection of his panoramic photographs of New Hampshire (1996), and New Hampshire Then and Now, eighty sets of historical and contemporary photographs of the Granite State from 1840 to 2005 (published in 2006).
Most of his work has been devoted to New Hampshire, the Isles of Shoals, Maine, and nearby areas. He has also photographed in the American Southwest, Ghana, Japan, Togo, Senegal, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Guatemala, and Spain. His editorial photographs have been used by the United Nations, and regional and national magazines and books.
Peter is also the author of the history section of the Treaty of Portsmouth website: www.portsmouthpeacetreaty.org. His 1985 publication, There Are No Victors Here: A Local Perspective on the Treaty of Portsmouth, has been reprinted by the Portsmouth Marine Society.
Peter uses Red River paper for his prints and is a Red River Pro.