About Clyde Butcher
Clyde Butcher is an award-winning photographer, author and documentarian based in the Everglades, Florida. Clyde earned a degree in Architecture from California Polytechnic University in 1960, and within 10 years, he’d left architecture to pursue landscape photography. He has been called “The next Ansel Adams,” working in large format, black and white photography. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including Sierra Club’s Ansel Adams Award and a Lifetime Achievement Award in Nature Photography from the North American Nature Photography Association, and he was inducted into the Florida Artists Hall of Fame in 1998. A PBS documentary entitled Visions of Florida about Clyde aired in 1992, winning a Wolfson Award, and his images have been exhibited in museums and galleries all over the world.