Roy Inman has been shagging pictures around the midwest for nearly half a century.
His varied career has included a 17-year stint at the Kansas City Star, the Denver Post and the Lawrence Journal World. His freelance accounts list is long and diverse: The New York Times, MIdwest Living, Wasington Post, Sprint, General Electric, Doubleday books, the Kansas City Southern Railway, Time-Life publications, Newsweek, US News & World Report, and dozens of other local and regional clients. He has photographed two books with nationally-known innovative designer and empowerment guru Kelee Katillac and has contributed to or photographed entirely a dozen more volumes. Most recently a series of five photographs of Union Station Kansas City won first place, category Advertising>architectural in the prestigious Px3 international photo competition based in Paris.