Norman McGrath is one of the world's most accomplished photographers of the world's great buildings and architecture. Every major architectural publication has featured his images. His book, Photographing Buildings Inside and Out, has sold more than 47,000 copies. He also co-authored the recently updated Manhattan Skyscrapers and did the photographs for Skyscraper Rivals, both for Princeton Architectural Press, as well as an illustrated segment of New York's Pennsylvania Stations by Hilary Ballon. Other books include co-authorship of The American Sunset, and with his wife Molly, Children's Spaces. He has been leading workshops in architectural photography for the Maine Media Workshops since the late 1980's.

From one of Norman's students:

"Being able to experience the fine technical details of architectural photography under Norman McGrath's leadership, one of the pioneers of this field, was invaluable to my development and learning."
- Lauren Ricker, Seattle, WA