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As a master landscape photographer, fourteen-time artist-in-residence for the National Park Service and recipient of the US Presidential 1,000 Points of Light award for my photography of America's National Parks & Forests, I've spent years living alone and photographing inside over 120 of America's parks and forests. My work highlights not only the beauty of these landscapes but also the environmental challenges they face. Currently my equipment includes a wide assortment of modern Sony and Fuji professional and waterproof digital cameras as well as vintage wooden large format film cameras.
“Instead of seeking out subjects that catch my eye I first ask permission of Nature to photograph and then listen quietly to the land. In time, something begins to whisper quietly for my attention or touches my heart in ways my eyes alone would never have seen. When this occurs, I often discover that the camera has already made the photograph.”
Above all else, my work is guided by a deep reverence and respect for Nature, patience awaiting the perfect moment, and long exposures often ranging from many minutes to hours to create these unique images that honor Nature's beauty and spirit.
A few places where Rick's work can be found:
And in hundreds of other homes, offices and museums.