|Birth place or City of origin:||Loop City|
|State of origin:||NB|
|Last known City:||La Crescenta|
|Last known State:||CA|
After graduating from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, Myron Beck became a leading advertising photographer with extensive experience in shooting life style of people and animals. In the 23 years of running his own Los Angeles studio, he won numerous awards while constantly expanding his expertise to encompass his love for the West. During 20 of those years, Myron traveled to one of the most scenic National Parks in the world, ZION, taking part in the Spilsbury ranch cattle drive and round up each spring and fall. The Utah Project has turned into a life changing experience for Myron who began documenting his countless hours on horseback with the Spilsbury family and friends over the years. He returned to his painting roots by creating a new cache of work inspired by his time in Utah. His new expression in watercolors bursts with his vision of the old traditional western ways, the people who are connected with the western life style of the past, while helping to keep the “cowboy spirit“ alive for future generations. Myron lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two daughters and is still in photographic partnership with acclaimed photographer Steve DeFurio while pursuing his painting passion.