I participated in the Photography at the Summit, one of America’s top international workshops, held in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Guest instructors who critiqued my work were some of America’s top photographers, including Tom Manglesen, Bill Allard, Melissa Groo, Michael Forsberg, Jodi Cobb, Dave Black, and many others. Set in the backdrop of the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park, the workshop provided an opportunity to network with photographers, learn more about love of photography, and shoot some outstanding nature photos in an intimate setting at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. The valley is about 48 miles long and features approximately 400 square miles of gorgeous scenery that lies a few miles west of the Continental Divide and the Snake River and is filled with Americas true wildlife diversity of elk, bear, owls, moose, fox, Bison, and many other wildlife and nature species. I am happy to be a part of a growing number of photographers that believe in global and environmental conservation so that future generations will be able to witness nature in its natural habitat. If you are interested in learning more or attending please click on the link here.