"It's interesting to put all this together over the years," he said. "Many of these photographs have been stored and I haven't seen them for a number of years.
"To me it's a way of life," Crosby continued. "I'm not just taking a photograph of something, I'm making a photograph of something. It's making artwork. Creating artwork."
During the opening reception this Saturday, attendees will enjoy viewing more than a hundred photographs of Crosby's lifetime work.
"Many pieces are for sale," Daul explained. "Some pieces that have a lot of intrinsic value to the artist are not."
Daul added there will be prints available for those who do not wish to purchase a framed photograph.
Seventy percent of proceeds will benefit Crosby and the other 30 percent will benefit the art center.
The exhibit will be featured at NCCCA through Saturday, May 9, whenever the center is open.