Jess Lee, Wildlife Photographer.
Over four decades experience as a fine art and editorial professional photographer primarily concentrating on WildLife and Conservation of our natural world I have been blessed with the great acceptance of my view of our world by many clients from large corporate collections to the halls of Congress. One of my proudest accomplishments is to have my photography art hanging in one of the largest and most prestigious Veterans hospitals in the United States and as the project director said "your art adds beauty to the lives of the veterans of our country who have given so much to all of us to keep us safe." My work has been presented to members of the US Senate by conservation organizations as a reminder of the great responsibility they have to preserve the beauty of our great land. I have supplied large corporate art displays including over one thousand of my prints. My work has been displayed at prestigious venues including the Annenburg Center for Photography. My exclusive limited edition fine art prints are held by private collectors workwide.
I have been a contributor to many publications including covers on National Geographic, National Wildlife, Sports Afield, and many more. Selected credits include: Audubon, Defenders, Field & Stream, Geo, Los Angeles Times, National Geographic, National Geographic World, National Wildlife, National Parks, U.S. National Park Service, Nature Conservancy, NRDC, Outdoor Life, San Francisco Examiner, Scientific American, Sierra, Sports Afield, Der Stern, Trout, Woman's World, Wyoming Wildlife. Author/Photographer: Fly Fisherman, Das Stern, Rod & Reel, Das Tier, Trout, Western Outdoors. Books: American Geographic, Houghton Mifflin, National Geographic, Time-Life, Riverbend. Calendars: Day Dream, National Wildlife, World Wildlife Fund. Advertising/Corporate: ATT, Autolite, Orvis, USWest. Calendars: Day Dream, National Wildlife, World Wildlife Fund. Emmy winning TV Series, Americas National Parks by Ken Burns.
In the advertising world my work has been used in many local and worldwide campaigns, with one of my images being used in an advertisement three stories high on the Bank of the West corporate headquarters on the San Francisco skyline.