About Art Wolfe

Art Wolfe is an award-winning and internationally renowned photographer and author based in Seattle, Washington. He published his first photo book in 1978, and was later hired to photograph for Smithsonian, National Geographic, Audubon, GEO and Terre Sauvage, among other publications. Art was the host of ESPN’s American Photo Safari from 1993-1995, and created the PBS series Art Wolfe’s Travels to the Edge. William Conway, former president of the Wildlife Conservation Society, has called Art, “the most prolific and sensitive recorder of a rapidly vanishing natural world.” Art has taken more than two million images in his lifetime and travels nearly nine months out of the year photographing new projects, leading photographic tours and seminars, and giving inspirational presentations. He is the recipient of the Nature’s Best Photographer of the Year Award, the North American Nature Photography Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Photographic Society of America’s Progress Medal for his contribution to the advancement of the art and science of photography.