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For over a decade Andy Mann has been a forerunner in the world of adventure film and conservation photography. He is an experienced climber, diver, and arctic explorer whose imagery is helping tell the story of our rapidly changing planet, documenting expeditions on all 7 continents for National Geographic Magazine, Sea Legacy, National Geographic’s Pristine Seas, Discovery and more. His imagery is remarkably memorable, reminding us how the emotion of an image can touch our spirit. Andy is the co-founder and commercial film director at 3 Strings Productions, the commercial and documentary film studio in Boulder, CO who works with clients such as Red Bull, Toyota, The North Face, National Geographic and more. He stands tallest as a founding member of the Sea Legacy Collective, working amongst his peers to capture the beauty and threats below the surface the ocean and fueling global campaigns that trigger lasting and sustainable change.
My name is Joe Brady and I'm a Landscape and Portrait Photographer who wants to help others get the best photographs possible. I'm a member of Sony's Artisans Program, an X-Rite Coloratti, a Fotopro Ambassador and hold both Master of Photography and Photographic Craftsman degrees from the Professional Photographers of America. I've been fortunate over the years to have had the opportunity to work with some of the best photographers in the United States. Their sharing of knowledge, insights and joy for photography had helped to inspire me and I want to pass my success and joy of photography on to others.
Photographer Ralph Lee Hopkins travels to the world’s wild places with Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic. An inspiring teacher, he leads workshops around the world with Lindblad Expeditions, National Geographic Expeditions, Arizona Highways Photo Workshops, and Santa Fe Photography Workshops.
A carefree childhood amongst the rolling landscape of Iowa ignited David Swindler's passion for the wild and his unquenchable thirst for exploration. "I am the oldest of five kids so I was a bit of a ring-leader. We were always up to something." From crafting an improvised raft to sail down a local river to biking the vast countryside, young David realized that he is happiest when surrounded by nature. At age ten, he saw the Grand Canyon for the first time and that experience changed him forever. "My grandpa and I were camped at the edge of the North Rim. I got out of the tent at night and saw the Milky Way for the first time. I think all I managed to say for the next 30 minutes was WOAH...while my jaw was hanging open. It's impossible to describe how one feels when they see the Milky Way for the first time. Any words feel like an understatement." Years later, while feeling restless as a chemical engineer, the memories of that starry night inspired David to start Action Photo Tours, a boutique photo-workshop operation. Trained as a classical pianist, David has always been artistic. But his engineering background in optics and photolithography give him an edge in understanding the technical aspects of photography. When on tour with David, you can expect in-depth discussions on composition, photographic techniques, and post-processing tricks. Yet the real gem is his boundless energy and infectious enthusiasm for exploring the great outdoors!
Larry is a professional photographer, social media influencer, educator, and adventurer based in Carlsbad California. His approach to photography is not only to capture beautiful images, but to tell a story of each destination through a series of photographs; including the people, landscapes, accommodations, tourist attractions, and culture. Larry loves all types of photography but primarily focuses on grand landscapes and seascapes. Larry's photography adventures take him to some of the most epic locations on the planet. He is constantly challenging himself to push his creative vision to capture the beauty in life. He enjoys sharing his experiences through workshops and his insights and joy of photography. He strives to help upcoming and experienced photographers be the best that they can be.
Dr. Kah-Wai Lin was born in Malaysia, but he has lived in other parts of the world for most of his life. He holds a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree from Lviv National Medical University, Ukraine and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in medical science from Karolinska Institute, Sweden. Since 2012, Dr. Lin has made his home in New Jersey, USA. Following a successful research career at Princeton University, Dr. Lin followed his passion and became a professional landscape photographer.
Jennifer Khordi is a full time pro cityscape and landscape Nikon photographer based out of New Jersey and NYC. She is best known for her moon and Milky Way photography here in the tri-state area and out west. She has had international press including appearances on a French reality TV show and on Fox5 NY and on printed media in the UK and NYC. She currently leads long exposure, Milky Way , moon rise and set workshops and lectures in different venues across the USA. Her favorite set up for shooting the moon is the Nikon d500 with the Nikkor 200-500 lens and for the Milky Way she uses a Nikon d-810a with a 14-24 2.8 Nikkor lens. She uses PhotoPills to plan her moon and Milky Way shots.
Alex McClure is a Professional landscape photographer based in Tempe Arizona and has been an Olympus Visionary for the past 5 years. He is a workshop leader and does photography presentation throughout the United States. An avid photographer for over 35 years, Alex works to achieve his stated goal “to make beautiful photographs that inspire and motivate people” he does this through his nature, landscape and fine art photography. Alex also organizes the AZ Photo Guild, a Southwest-based photography group that hosts educational workshops, photo walks, backpacking and hiking photo trips.
Oscar Rivera is a New York City based freelance photographer whose work has appeared in a variety of print publications. A native New Yorker, Oscar’s passion as a photographer is night photography capturing the city as it comes alive after twilight. With a focus on what he calls “urban exploration,” Oscar captures the sweep and strength of the city’s grand architecture bathed in urban light. While he has traveled and photographed across the nation and around the world, New York remains his home and muse.
Jacob W. Frank (Jake) is a photographer and park ranger for the National Park Service. He finds himself most at home in the outdoors, his camera in-hand. During his time off he is often travelling, exploring all that the US public lands have to offer.
Andy Austin is an award-winning adventure and landscape photographer based out of Montana. Last year alone Andy photographed on four different continents and 10 different countries. He is also passionate about giving back, through his non-profit, Wheels of Change.
Andy has studied art his entire life, starting with pastels, sketching, and oil painting in his grandmother's studio. He attended school in Portland, OR, then worked as an independent commercial filmmaker turned photographer. while chasing his dream of sharing the beauty of the earth, he hopes to inspire others to leave a better trace. Andy is a regular contributor to National Geographic Adventure, Roam, and his production company, Lone Bison Films. All said and done, he truly enjoys aligning with friends and likeminded brands that share his passion for the outdoors.