About Jack Dykinga

Jack Dykinga is a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer widely respected for his talent using a large-format film camera to photograph landscape. He has collaborated with Mexico’s Agrupación Sierra Madre to produce a book on the Mexican state of Tamaulipas, and in 2007 he illuminated the biological richness and variety of the protected areas along the Rio Grande River corridor for a National Geographic issue. Following this, Jack and four other photographers formed the first “Rapid Assessment Visual Expedition” (RAVE) for the International League of Conservation Photographers. He has written nine large-format, environmental advocacy books and is the recipient of the 2011 Outstanding Photographer of the Year Award from the Nature Photographers of North America.