Chip Phillips has been Principal Clarinet with the Spokane Symphony since 2000, and holds the same position with the Oregon Coast Music Festival Orchestra. He received a Bachelor of Music from the New England Conservatory of Music. Chip teaches clarinet at Gonzaga University.
Apart from the Symphony, Chip explores his passion for landscape photography. Matt Kloskowski, Director of Education for Kelby Media Group and Editor-in-Chief of Lightroom Magazine, calls Phillips one of the landscape photographers to watch. He writes: "What I love about [Chip's] work is that regardless of what the location is, there’s always something different about his photos. He just has a meticulous eye for composition and I love the way he leads you through his photos."
Chip’s photos have been published in various magazines, including Popular Photography and Imaging, Digital Photography, and Digital Photo Magazine. Chip is also a member of photocascadia, a group consisting of some of the top landscape photographers in the Pacific Northwest. To see more of Chip’s work, check out his website.