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Rodney Lough Jr. Donates Proceeds to Tsunami Victims


(Portland, Oregon – March 17, 2011) — Rodney Lough Jr., world-renowned Master Landscape Photographer announced today that he will be donating a portion of his March sales to benefit the victims of the earthquake and tsunami which devastated Japan on March 11, 2011. Proceeds from gallery sales will be donated to the American Red Cross, which just donated an initial $10 million contribution to the ongoing relief efforts in Japan. “The American Red Cross is in a unique position to help channel support to our partner in Japan that is playing a critical humanitarian role and comforting the survivors.” said David Meltzer, senior vice president of international services with the American Red Cross. The 9.0 Earthquake triggered a vastly destructive tsunami, which has been followed by multiple aftershocks, blackouts, fires and nuclear facility malfunctions.

Rodney Lough Jr. is often involved in philanthropic causes and he is especially proud that his wilderness photography will benefit the recovery process in Japan. Rodney’s images of Earth’s most epic and awe-inspiring landscapes inspire a deep reverence that reminds us – especially in times such as these - that nature can be as equally destructive as it is beautiful. National Sales and Marketing Director of the Rodney Lough Jr. Gallery, Don Keenan is “proud to support The Red Cross in their efforts to provide relief to the people of Japan during this devastating crisis.”

The collaboration between Rodney Lough Jr. and the American Red Cross offers collectors an opportunity to acquire fine art while simultaneously helping the country of Japan in one of its greatest times of need. For more information on how you can make a difference, please visit: and

About Rodney Lough Jr.: The Master Landscape Photographer independently owns four Wilderness Collections Gallery locations in the United States (Las Vegas, San Francisco, Sausalito and Park City). He is famous for capturing the most vibrant colors and meticulous details in his photographs, truly expressing the spiritual nature of the landscape. Rodney has received many accolades from the Professional Photographers Association of America and honors from both the US Senate and United Nations.

About The American Red Cross: The American Red Cross is a member of the world’s largest humanitarian network, comprising the International Committee of the Red Cross and 186 national societies. The American Red Cross is working in conjunction with the Japanese Red Cross - which has over two million volunteers on the ground distributing relief items, offering hot meals, clearing debris and providing medical transportation to the victims of the tragedy.



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