Rex Naden

Rex Naden lives in Los Gatos, CA and has been a photographer for 40 years. His passion is landscape photography.

Since retiring from the semiconductor industry in 2006, Rex has taught photography at the Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite Valley and in Silicon Valley.

Rex served for three years as a Trustee at the Center for Photographic Art in Carmel, CA, with a venue established by Ansel Adams and Cole Weston. During that period he was responsible for Exhibitions.

Rex’s work is installed in offices and homes throughout the southwest.

He created and published many photographic books and trains others in this craft.

He is exploring the next frontier of photography enabled by modern technologies which result in cameras, displays, and devices which provide accessible and high-quality photographic and video images to the masses.

Rex spent thirty-five years in semiconductors, including work at several Silicon Valley firms.

Education & training

Rex holds fourteen US patents and a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Rice University.

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