A native to South Florida, Stephen F. Procko began making photographs at the age of ten. He continued photography through high school and college and opened a commercial photography studio at the age of nineteen. In 1980, Procko began a four year stint as an advertising agency art director. During this time he was given the opportunity to direct television commercials. In 1984 he opened a commercial film production company, Altman/Procko Productions. The company has won over fifty Addy Awards as well as three Emmy Awards, several Telly Awards and two Promax awards for Television Promotional Image campaigns. In 1998, Procko formed a second film production company, PAC Films, for the production of feature films. The company's first feature, Golfballs!, is a wacky comedy in the tradition of Porky's and Caddyshack. Golfballs! was released domestically and internationally in June, 1999.

San Antonio, Texas

Lone Mountain, New Mexico

Salinas Pueblo, New Mexico
Having all but stopped making still photographs during the 80’s, Procko returned to his roots in 1990 making still images once again. His camera explores remote areas in the Western United States and Canada and the Southeast. He has had work displayed at The Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, The Museum of Art in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida as well as solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States. His work is now held in many private collections. Procko had a portfolio published in Lenswork Quarterly in 1998. He has several images appearing in the book 'Wooden Churches' published by Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, NC. Procko resides in South Florida with his wife Lauren and daughters Monica, age 11; and Melissa, age 6. The family also has a log cabin in the North Georgia mountains where many of Procko's images have come from.

West Virginia Mountains
Near Miami, West Virginia

Fernandina Beach, Florida
Ft. Clinch State Park

Tumacacori, Arizona
Here's the camera angle for
"Tumacacori #1' in Gallery One
Procko, along with photographer Mark Sink, designed ‘the sight’ in 1996, an exhibition of photographer/artists who make their communicate through American Online’s, Kodak Photography Forum’s Fine Art Board. thesight has been written about in the Wall Street Journal Online and USA Today. The group has also exhibited the last three years in what has become known as ‘Off the Highway’ with exhibitions in Colorado and Virginia.

In the last several years, Procko has been very involved in web design, particularly with websites that feature multimedia features. His design website is located at www.sfpdesign.com.