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Michael W. Rutherford is an award winning photographer known for his national, international, presidential and celebrity works. Projects include several published coffee table books: The American Cowboy, A Tribute to a Vanishing Breed, Silver Spurs & Cowboys (the collector leather series), and Timeless Ireland, Faces and Places of the Emerald Isles (the #1 best seller book in Ireland for two consecutive years). Mike has numerous other books to his credit, many of which are cookbooks. Other projects include album/CD covers, cowboy portraits, landscapes, lifestyles, restaurant menus, promotional food materials, classic and modern automobiles, etc. His cowboy books and portraits are on display in the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, the Cowboy Hall of Fame, and the Museum of the Horse. The totality of his work and awards is on display at Rutherford Studios in Nashville, Tennessee, where he currently resides with his wife, two grown sons and grandchildren. Two of his best-known clients are the late Ronald Reagan and George Bush, Sr., former Presidents of the United States. Celebrity clients include Ray Charles, Billy Graham, Wynton Marsalis, Tim McGraw, Dolly Parton, and George Strait, etc. Restaurant and food industry clients include the Biltmore, Captain D’s, Central Marketing, Cracker Barrel, Famous Dave’s, O’Charley’s, and Proctor & Gamble, to name a few. Michael’s location shooting has taken him around the globe to include Aruba, Belize, Canada, the Caribbean Islands, China, Costa Rica, Egypt, England, France, Georgia, Honduras, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Russia, Scotland, Tahiti, and Turkey. His recent work is depicting American Indian tribes in their natural habitats. He will debut this incredible work of art in the coming months. Keep a watchful eye for “Honorable – Worthy of Respect,” A Story by a True Cowboy & Indian Photographer, Michael W. Rutherford.