Known for its colorful photographs of nature, Art Wolfe is one of the most famous and known wildlife photographers. He has a special skill to show the most fascinating places and animals on the planet.
He’s a photographer for almost thirty years now. Wolfe had done assignments for National Geographic magazine and produced his first photo book documenting Northwest Indian baskets.
Wolfe’s approach to nature photography combines elements of photojournalism and art photography. Until now, Wolfe has released more than 65 photo books and instructional videos of photographic techniques. The U.S. Postal Service has used Wolfe’s photographs on two stamps.
He is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and serves on the advisory boards for the Wildlife Conservation Society, Nature’s Best Foundation, Bridges to Understanding.