When we photograph, it is a reflection of not just our talent but also of the values we
have formed during our lifetime.  I lived thorough the Depression and World War II, for
which I am grateful, as I now can see the world as a cup half full, not half empty.  Beauty
and art inspire, elevate, excite and exhilarate. 
- FJM
Overfly at Dawn

Fred J. Maroon was a photographer of international renown. His career spanned more than half a century, and his work ranged from fashions to food, architecture to landscapes, and photojournalism to politics. In addition to numerous awards, his work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the International Center of Photography, and the Library of Congress. His images and reputation speak for themselves, and this site is designed to let them do so.


Fourth of July Fireworks

Fred J. Maroon created one of the best-known and most highly-regarded photographic collections of Washington, DC. After serving in the Navy during World War II, he moved to Washington. His poetic treatment of the city's landmarks reflected his unique view of the city in which he lived – and the city that he loved.


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