Tiffany is a wildlife photographer and naturalist guide in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Growing up near the water, her love for scuba diving brought her close to nature and marine life and provided a profound appreciation for wildlife. Enamored by photographing life under the water and landscapes above, led Tiffany to fall in love with photography. She pursued a Bachelor's degree in Fine Art with a focus in Photography and moved to Jackson shortly after to explore the mountain west through the lens of her camera.
Tiffany is focused on fostering a deep appreciation and connection to wildlife through her photographic work. Her bright and ethereal post processing brings her work to life and establishes connection between the animal and viewer. Whether photographing unique animal behavior, or guiding guests through the mountains, Tiffany is always excited to share her passion for wildlife and both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Park, where she spends most of her days. This summer Tiffany will be living and working at Brooks Lodge in Katmai National Park.
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The most important piece of gear for any wildlife photographer is a telephoto lens! In the wildlife photography industry our subjects are often at a distance which means the more focal length, the better. The Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 150-400mm f/4.5 TC1.25X IS PRO Lens lives on my camera and allows me to capture wildlife at a variety of distances.
What's In Tiffany's Bag?
You can find the following cameras, lenses, and more Tiffany's backpack: