Your Leaders

Weldon Lee has two books to his credit, Watchable Birds of the Rocky Mountains, and A Guide to Photographing Rocky Mountain Wildlife. His images and articles have appeared in numerous magazines including Mature Outlook, National Wildlife, Backpacker, National Parks Magazine, Bird Watcher’s Digest, Outdoor Photographer, Petersen’s PHOTOgraphic, and Nature Photographer. As assistant editor for Nature Photographer since 1991, his work appears in every issue of that publication.

In January, 1995, Weldon was elected Chair of the Education Committee of the North American Nature Photography (NANPA) and served three years in that capacity. In addition to being a charter NANPA member, he is also a member of Rocky Mountain Outdoor Writers & Photographers and in 2007 received that organization’s Selected Works Award for Excellence in Photography. A University of Northern Iowa photography professor ranks Weldon among the top five wildlife photographers in North America.

Photo courtesy Roger Cardinal
Weldon Lee

Lori Huff first became interested in photography when she was around 8-9 years old. “My father always had a camera with him,” relates Lori, “and about that time he started taking me with him.”  As they say, the rest is history.

Lori began her photographic career with a major corporation in Ada, Michigan. Following a 17-year stint of people, catalog, and travel photography . . . and corporate downsizing, Lori struck out on her own. Like many, she did her share of family portraits, seniors, and wedding photography.

Today, however, you’ll find Lori doing what she really loves – traveling around the world photographing our wild brothers and sisters, to say nothing of leading photography workshops for Rocky Mountain Photo Adventures and meeting really great people.

Lori Huff
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