I have always been driven by a tremendous passion for wild places. A landscape free of human imprint speaks to me of something ancient, something real.Florian Schulz, To The Arctic
Florian Schulz is a professional wildlife and landscape photographer from Germany whose striking images have garnered international recognition. His photographs have won awards in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition, the Nature’s Best International Photography Awards, the Banff International Mountain Photography Competition, and the European Nature Photographer of the Year competition. He also received the North American Nature Photography Association’s Vision Award, and Ansel Adams Award from the Sierra Club.
His book Freedom to Roam™: Yellowstone to Yukon (Braided River, 2005) received an Independent Publisher Award as one of the “Top Ten Outstanding Books of the Year,” singled out as “Most Likely to Save the Planet.” Schulz spends eight to ten months every year in the field, focusing on long-term conservation photography projects.
As the youngest founding member of the International League of Conservation Photographers, he uses his photography to instill in viewers a greater interest in both the natural and cultural diversity of the planet.
For more information on Schulz and his photography, visit www.visionsofthewild.com.