The Beauty of Almost Everything: Ted Grussing


Alice Gill-Sheldon Theatre Wed, May 1 3:30 PM
Film Info
Event Type:Photographic Presentation
Live Event
Run Time:90 minutes (approximately)


The Sedona International Film Festival presents “The Beauty of Almost Everything” by photographer Ted Grussing at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 1 at the festival’s Alice Gill-Sheldon Theatre. 

“The Beauty of Almost Everything” will highlight some of the most beautiful photographs and photographic art captured and produced by Ted over the last thirty years. The show will feature everything from straight photography to his “artist unleashed” images that are as much a reflection of his visualization of nature and wildlife as they are of his exceptional photographic skills.

You will be transported into a world of unparalleled beauty. Ted will also be discussing techniques used in capturing the images and the back-stories of them.

Ted has been involved in photography since he was eight years old. He received a Kodak Baby Brownie camera as a gift, and he was hooked. He became a professional photographer when he was fourteen years old, doing commercial photography of products for various corporations. Ever since then, photography has been a constant in his life.

There are those who say that Ted is a “Renaissance Man”. Life and everything in it fascinates Ted as he explores all that this little planet has to offer!

Ted has enjoyed his life as a professional photographer, small business owner, attorney, public speaker, author, commercial pilot, gem cutter, jewelry designer, gold and silversmith and inventor. He was a full-time caregiver spanning 23 years for his wife Corky until her passing in 2013.

His photography is renown and is in private and public collections throughout the United States and other countries around the globe. His work has been and is published in numerous publications, including Arizona Higways, Soujourn, Sedona Monthly, Momentum (National MS Society) and more. He has done work for USFS, USGS, AZGS, EPA, City of Sedona, Yavapai County, Grand Canyon Trust and many more governmental agencies and private organizations.