Floyd H. Sherry (1905-1992) was a California photographer active in the 1940s-70s. His work is in the permanent collection of the Seattle Museum of Art and he was listed in the 1943 American Annual of Photography. Sherry was a highly respected member of the Sierra Camera Club. He exhibited frequently and his photos were shown in countless significant national competitions and international photography salons throughout the 1940s, 50s and 60s. He worked in the modernist black and white photography traditions of the mid 20th Century. Sherry's landscape work showcases a strong similarity with Ansel Adams and his urban and street photography are reminiscent of Brassai and Bresson. Floyd was married to June Sherry who was also a photographer. Floyd Sherry was born in Minnesota in 1905 and died in Sacramento, California in 1992. A true “lost artist”, very little more is known about his personal life.