His works are the product of a keen eye, technical expertise, and creative talent. His earlier work was shot using Nikon 35mm film cameras. His newer work was shot digitally. DeGrom creates his picture using numerous techniques to create the effect that compliments the mood and imagery that he is trying to achieve. A fine art giclée is then printed on acid-free watercolor paper. The ink used in this art is state of the art archival.
DeGrom has received numerous awards for his work which is found in public and private collections. His work, published in books and appearing on annual report covers has also been on the covers of national publications including Boating Magazine, Rudder Magazine, and Venture Magazine. He has had numerous one man shows.
After receiving a degree in Photographic Science from Rochester
Institute of Technology, DeGrom became an advertising photographer
in N.Y.C. He was drafted into the U.S. Army during the Vietnam
War and served stateside as an Army Photographer. During the
course of his career, he has worked with Andy Warhol, and Look
magazine’s former director of photography, and Farm Security
Administration photographer, Arthur Rothstein.