Wild Nooksack (T.B.A.)
Brett Baunton is a prolific natural landscape and adventure photographer living in Bellingham, WA with hiking partners Luna the Siberian Husky and artistic wife Denise Snyder. His compositions have garnered awards and credits including National Geographic, Audubon, Alaska, Backpacker, Sierra and Natures Best. Brett's work is featured in the new Mountaineers book "The North Cascades" The Wilds Nearby. His images are used by Mt. Baker National Forest, Denali, Grand Canyon and North Cascades National Parks. The US Postal service used his image of the Pacific Crest Trail on a stamp. His images are seen nationally on cards and calendars as well as book covers for Norton, Sasquatch, Whatcom Land Trust and Rand McNally's World Atlas. Brett prided himself in making 4x5 transparencies and Drum scans for fine highly detailed work in the past. Of course he is now using digital captures. Specialties range from the Mt. Baker Wilderness areas, the North Cascades region to the Arrigetch Peaks in Gates of the Arctic National Park and Denali National Park, Alaska where he where he also worked as a backcountry ranger.
"My passion is to hike into remote wild places and focus on the light playing across the landscape. I find inspiration in wildflowers, glaciers, fall colors, clouds and patterns. I feel very fortunate to experience the natural beauty hiking into our wild areas in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. I hope my images will allow others to see these scenes with a sense of wonder and enjoyment. My further desire being a nature photographer is to encourage others to see, respect and help protect our fine treasure of wild places."
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The Series is free and open to the public.
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Presentations are held each Thursday at 4:30 pm in the Academic Center West (AW-204) on the WWU campus in Bellingham, WA.
WWU is an equal opportunity institution.
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