Earlier this month I was in Myanmar for ten days, leading a photo journey with Gavriel Jecan. It was a pleasure revisiting the gritty markets of Yangon, the temples of Bagan, and the still waters of Inle Lake, perfect for photographing the now-famous fishermen.
Last year I was approached by British writer and former editor of BBC Wildlife Magazine Rosamund Kidman Cox to participate in the latest book put out by the Natural History Museum, London.
Today Masters of Nature Photography, Volume Two is being published. The collection presents the very best of nature photography, featuring the work of ten of the world’s foremost wildlife photographers:
Tui de Roy
Thomas P. Peschak
Get your copy today at a bookstore near you or on Amazon
I am thrilled to be the Honorary Chair for Washington Wild. Advocating for environmental protection is a priority for both me and my work. Having spent countless hours in Washington’s Wilderness, I have a deep connection to wild places and rely on Washington Wild to protect them for tomorrow. Stand with me by making a special gift today!
Since 1979, Washington Wild has played an invaluable role in permanently protecting nearly three million acres of Wilderness throughout Washington State. We bring people together in the vigorous defense of our remaining wild forests, waters, and wildlife. By educating, empowering and mobilizing our communities, Washington Wild builds powerful grassroots networks that help protect wild lands and waters throughout the state.
With Art Wolfe’s Travel to the Edge airing in the US & Europe and Tales by Light streaming on Netflix, you can binge watch all these gloriously filmed, international episodes to your heart’s content and then figure out where you want to travel to next.
Check out the Travels to the Edge schedule here.
If you haven’t already seen it, Season 1 of Tales by Light is riveting. The six half hour long episodes follow five photographers around the world documenting their approach to photography and story telling: Darren Jew, a nature and underwater photographer, Krystle Wright, an adventure sports photographer, Richard I’Anson, a travel photographer, and Peter Eastway, a landscape photographer.
Five photographers & six episodes–the math doesn’t add up, you say. Two of the episodes follow me on wildlife and cultural adventures in East Africa, Papua New Guinea, and Alaska. In “Tribes”, you’ll catch glimpses of my work with the Surma people of Ethiopia, and gain huge insight into my Human Canvas Project. In “Wild” I visit Alaska, among other locations, to photograph the mountainous landscape and brown bears of Katmai to which I am leading workshops in 2017 and the same dates for 2018.
In the past month three of my books have been translated and published in Europe:
2) L’art de la photographie
3) L’arte della fotografia
Since I can’t be everywhere, all the time, and all things to all people, I have recruited several colleagues for USA-based trips in 2017. These Art Wolfe Pro Tours are led by exceptionally able photographers and travelers Gavriel Jecan, Sean Fitzgerald, and Yuri Choufour, who are well versed in my curriculum and teaching style. Who knows, you will probably have more fun without me!
There are ten featured destinations:
Death Valley March 9-12, 2017
Joshua Tree March 16-19, 2017
Moab March 30-April 2, 2017
Olympic Peninsula April 13-16, 2017
Abstract Astoria April 20-23, 2017
Palouse May 18-21, 2017
Great Smoky Mountains May 25-28, 2017
Big Sur July 20-23, 2017
Mt Rainier Aug 10-13, 2017
Grand Teton Sept 21-24, 2017
An albatross glides in front of an iceberg, Bird Island region, South Georgia Island.
Save 20% on any Antarctic Aviator print purchased this month. These Open Edition prints are printed on EPSON Premium Photo Luster paper using archival EPSON Ultrachrome inks. Art signs the print with a silver acid-free pen. Get more information about our Fine Art prints here.