July 23, 2009 – Art&Seek Q&A Interview with Gail Nogle – Late July 2009, Gail Nogle spoke about her own beginnings as a young photographer, the difficulties of working with nervous subjects, and her resistance to digital technology as part of this week’s Art&Seek Q&A:
Spring 2006 – RIT University Magazine: Motherly Love – “Newborn Love”, an image by Gail Nogle �73 (photography) of Dallas, has received numerous accolades. In spring 2005, the work earned her the Kodak Gallery Elite Award and the PPA Photographer of the Year Platinum Award from the Professional Photographers of America.
October 10, 2005: Photographers success built on snap decisions – By Lauren D’Avolio / The Dallas Morning News, October 10, 2005 – McKinney: Artist goes with her impulses to create unique portraits …
March 30, 2005: Photographer Gail Nogle’s Work Makes International Appearance – Gail Nogle of Gail Nogle Photography, Dallas, Texas, has created three award-winning images that were displayed at the Imaging Asia 2005 Convention in Daegu, Korea, March 21- 27, 2005.
January 2005: Gail Nogle Takes Top Honors, Winning National Kodak ‘Gallery Elite’ and PPA ‘Photographer of the Year’ Awards – Kodak and the Professional Photographers of America (PPA) recently recognizing Gail’s artistic vision with the KODAK Gallery Elite Award and PPA Photographer of the Year Platinum Award at the recent Imaging USA National Convention in New Orleans.
July 2004: Guidelines Guest Speaker – Gail Nogle – From the plains of the Serengeti to the bluebonnet fields of Texas, Gail Nogle has used her camera to capture the richness, beauty, and uniqueness of our world. Highly regarded by both critics and col-lectors, she is noted for her artistic vision as well as her mastery of the technical aspects of her craft.
March 5, 2001: Gail Nogle shoots OUT of the BOX, Lens Magazine, by Linda Lerner – Put Gail Nogle, a camera and people together in a studio or on location and all kinds of things start to happen. She is curious about people and loves usual and unusual settings. But even more, she loves to create an image of her subjects by adding props that say who they are.