Brian Grossenbacher ’90 recently published a new book of photography entitled “Trout.”
“Trout,” written by Tom Rosenbauer with photos by Grossenbacher, takes readers on a visually stunning tour of the finest trout waters — from the big freestone rivers of the West to tailwaters and tiny creeks and springs, according to Rizzoli International Publications.
“The photography ranges from Argentina to Alaska with many points in between,” Grossenbacher wrote in a LinkedIn post. “Many thanks to novelist and guide Callan Wink for the beautifully written foreword. Also, very thankful to all of the guides, anglers, family and friends who helped with this book, making my life happier and healthier along the way.”
Grossenbacher is an outdoor photographer who has chronicled hunting and angling adventures from Argentina to Alaska and New Zealand to New York, and has shot major ad campaigns for some of the leading brands in the outdoor industry, including Orvis, Simms, and Yeti.
Prior to his photography career, Grossenbacher was a fly-fishing outfitter in Southwest Montana for 18 years.
While at Wabash, Grossenbacher majored in religion and was a member of Beta Theta Pi.