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I am a retired marine biologist and Christmas tree farmer living on Seabrook Island in coastal South Carolina. Growing up in Lexington, Kentucky I attended Lafayette High School (class of 1961). After Spending two years in the Army at Fort Knox, Ky. and Fort Chaffee, Ark. (400th Regiment, 100th Division) I attended the University of Ky and Eastern Ky University, graduating in 1964. After receiving a master degree in marine biology in 1966 from the University of Delaware I was employed by the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. Working out of a small research laboratory in Benedict, Maryland I studied Chesapeake Bay fish populations associated with nuclear and fossil fuel electrical power plants. In 1977, I moved to Charleston, South Carolina with my wife (Marty) and two children (Wendy and Joe) where I spent the next 28 years working in fisheries management with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. In 1986 I purchased 50 acres of land near Hollywood, South Carolina. I built and operated a cut-your-own Christmas Tree farm for the next 18 years. Retiring in 2005 I moved to Seabrook Island, SC just south of Charleston and have renewed my interest in wildlife photography.
Charles Moore joined Fine Art America on November 23rd, 2013.