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Bob Perkoski

In addition to his work for Fresh Water, Bob Perkoski is the official photographer for Le Femme Mystique Burlesque and also designed Rust Belt Chic: The Cleveland Anthology as well as Balanced Living magazine (through 2008). His substantial portfolio includes news coverage, portraiture, commercial imagery and fine art. Perkoski's first solo show, These Walks of Life premiered in December 2016 in Negative Space Gallery. Visit Perkoski Photography for complete profile information.
 
Originally from Conneaut, Ohio, Perkoski now calls the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood home. He has been Fresh Water's managing photographer since the publication's September 2010 inception. 
 

Features

Women's March Anniversary: Power To The Polls NE Ohio

PHOTOS: Scenes from the Women's March 2018 in downtown Cleveland

An estimated 7,000 participants made their voices heard in Public Square on Saturday for the second annual Women's March—marching for issues including women's rights, racial equality, reproductive rights, healthcare reform, and more. Fresh Water's Bob Perkoski was on the scene to capture the resistance in action. Inspired? #UsToo.

Cleveland Public Square

PHOTOS: Get spirited away with Cleveland's festive holiday light displays

From Nela Park to Public Square, Cleveland is full-on festive when it comes to the holidays. Fresh Water managing photographer Bob Perkoski set out to capture our city in all of its glittery glory this holiday season.  

Photography class with instructor Robert Banks

PHOTOS: Meeting of the creative minds at NewBridge Cleveland

Summer may be fading, but the skills and experiences Creative Minds summer camp participants received will stay vivid for a very long time. A new six-week program at NewBridge Cleveland, the Creative Minds camp offered 30 local middle schoolers the chance to learn ceramics, photography, and graphic design.

ODOTís new Towpath Trail segment

PHOTOS: Exploring the new section of the Towpath Trail and beyond

The ever-evolving Towpath Trail now includes a small but mighty quarter-mile stretch from Sokolowski's University Inn to Hart Crane Park (near Merwin's Wharf) with a passageway under the Inner Belt Bridge. 

Solar eclipse of August 21, 2017 at Edgewater Park

PHOTOS: Scenes from the solar soiree at Edgewater Park

The Associated Press called it "the most-observed and most-photographed eclipse in history," and Edgewater Park certainly played its part in that—attracting thousands of Northeast Ohioans for a lively lakefront watch party. 
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