Born in Hawaii in 1945, Guy Sherman slowly made his way east. After serving in Viet Nam, Sherman studied the art of photography at Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles. After a sojourn though Europe and North Africa, he settled in New York City and began his career in advertising, shooting for industry giants Seagrams, Conde Nast, Kodak, Panasonic, General Foods, Volkswagen, Lever Bros, De Beer Diamonds and many other prestigious corporations. With the eye of a true artist, Sherman brought his love of color and graphic design to the advertising world with stunning results.
In 2010, Sherman was invited to participate as a solo artist in the first ever two part exhibition held at the prestigious Pequot Library Gallery in Southport, CT where he was introduced to Gilles Clement.
Sherman’s graphic nature and “Pop Art” cold pressed aluminum photographs are in private collections world wide.