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John Hyde, Juneau, Alaska. My photography was born from my appreciation of all things wild and by an inherent quest to explore the natural world around me. I can’t imagine doing anything else that would provide the satisfaction I receive from sharing my work with others, opening windows that help enrich their lives and appreciation…

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Joanie Havenner, Anchorage, Alaska. I’ve been fortunate to call Alaska home since 1983. I arrived in the deepest, darkest part of winter but still fell in love with the state.  Alaska’s beauty takes my breath away and never ceases to amaze me. After seeing brown bears at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, I was motivated…

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Patrick Endres, Fairbanks, Alaska. I grew up in a small town in southern Wisconsin where I developed a passionate interest in nature and the outdoors. In 1981, I landed in Fairbanks, Alaska to attend the University. I was young and green, hungry for adventure and wide-open spaces. After dabbling in a few jobs following ­graduation,…

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Carl Donohue, Anchorage, Alaska. I grew up in rural Australia, left my small hometown of Bathurst when I was 21, came to Atlanta, GA, USA, to study guitar, and here I am now. I play guitar, teach guitar, guide backpacking trips in Alaska, and sell photographs. I’m a passionate lover of nature and all things…

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Donna Dewhurst, Anchorage, Alaska. I recently retired after 34 years with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, mostly as a Wildlife Biologist in Alaska. Photography was always a part of my job, so continuing it in my free time to freelance as an outdoor photographer was a natural extension. Now I look forward to combining…

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Amy J Johnson, Fairbanks, Alaska. I moved from New England to Alaska at the age of 18 to quench my thirst for adventure and experience wilderness on an intimate level. I first settled near the Gates of the Arctic National Park, where I obtained my first SLR camera and developed a love for photography. I’m…