Don Krohn is a New York City-born photographer and occasional writer, teacher, and designer. In the South of France, his previous book of photographs, was highly acclaimed. A graduate of Brandeis University and Harvard Law School, he also pursued studies at the University of Chicago’s Committee on Social Thought. He was founder and first president of both the esteemed Cape Cod Lighthouse Charter School and the Orleans Improvement Association, and drafted Orleans’ innovative architectural review bylaw. His civic activities continue with involvement in the Orleans Community Partnership and the Orleans Cultural District. As a photographer he is self-taught in many variations of the medium, and travels extensively in pursuit of his craft. He and his wife Janis Brennan are co-owners of Main Street Books and the Orleans Whole Food Store.