Amy Gulick is an award-winning nature photographer and writer, and a founding Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers. She is a columnist for Outdoor Photographer, and her images and stories have been featured in Audubon, National Wildlife, Sierra and other publications.
Amy has received numerous honors including the prestigious Daniel Housberg Wilderness Image Award from the Alaska Conservation Foundation, the Voice of the Wild Award from the Alaska Wilderness League, a Lowell Thomas Award from the Society of American Travel Writers Foundation, and a Mission Award from the North American Nature Photography Association.
Amy’s book, Salmon in the Trees: Life in Alaska’s Tongass Rain Forest, was made possible in part by the NANPA Foundation’s Philip Hyde Conservation Grant. Her latest book, The Salmon Way: An Alaska State of Mind, explores the web of human relationships made possible by wild salmon in Alaska. Both books are recipients of Independent Publisher Book Awards and Nautilus Book Awards.
2021 NANPA Fine Art in Nature Photography Award Recipient
Long before the genre of conservation photography was conceived, Art was practicing it. By employing artistic and journalistic styles, he documents his subjects and educates the viewer. Art’s photography career spans five decades, all seven continents, and millions of images. He has published at least one book a year since 1988, with a total of more than 100 books in eight languages at present, including his award-winning signature work The Living Wild. His images appear on three USPS stamps. A successful public television personality, Art also leads photographic tours worldwide, and his casual weekly Tequila Time with Art became a social media phenomenon during the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit Art at artwolfe.com.
Krista, a Senior Fellow in the International League of Conservation Photographers, is a conservation documentarian and storyteller whose home base is in the Washington, D.C., area. Schlyer focuses on long-term landscape-based projects, including the Anacostia River watershed and the longleaf pine ecosystem of the American Southeast. For the past decade she has documented the rich biodiversity of the United States-Mexico borderlands and the impacts of U.S. border policy on the region. She is the writer/director of the 2019 feature film Ay Mariposa and author of Continental Divide: Wildlife, People and the Border Wall, winner of the 2013 National Outdoor Book Award and Ansel Adams Award. Visit Krista at KristaSchlyer.com.
Suzi is an award-winning wildlife photographer best known for her work documenting newborn animals and family life in the wild. She has photographed over 100 cover and feature stories for publications such as TIME, Smithsonian, BBC Wildlife, The New York Times, Ranger Rick, and National Geographic Kids. As an author, Suzi has 21 books in print with another three in progress.
Suzi is a dedicated conservationist and helps raise funds and awareness for environmental organizations around the globe. She also recently founded Girls Who Click, a non-profit dedicated to encouraging young women to enter this male-dominated profession. Visit Suzi at suzieszterhas.com.
Tom’s devotion to land protection and conservation issues is evident in his body of work, focused primarily on Maine, South Carolina, Costa Rica, and—more recently—the Grand Canyon. Three of Tom’s 10 books won national book awards, and his photographs have graced the covers of Smithsonian, Audubon, Outdoor Photographer, Nature Conservancy, and Sierra. A Fellow of both the International League of Conservation Photographers and NANPA, and also a NANPA member since its founding, Tom leads photography trips rafting the Grand Canyon. He is a graduate of The Hotchkiss School, CT, and Harvard University.