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Biography: Jack Graham, Nature & Landscape Photographer

JACK GRAHAM / Nature & Landscape Photographer


Jack Graham is a professional photographer with over 23 years of experience. Jack resides near Seattle, Washington, in the heart of the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

Jack leads both small group and One on One photo workshops  both domestically and internationally. Along with Bill Fortney, Jack conducts workshops dedicated for Fuji “X” camera users. These events can be found on the FUJI “X” PHOTOGRAPHER PHOTO WORKSHOPS Website. Jack also conducts workshops for the Pacific Northwest Art School located on Whidbey Island in Puget Sound, Washington. Jack’s workshops are sponsored by Really Right Stuff, Singh-Ray Filters, Magna Chrome (Metal Prints), Think Tank & Mind Shift Camera Bags, Outdoor Photo Gear, Digital Foci and the Photograph America Newsletter.
Jack has been successful in publication and stock photography as well.
Jack’s three successful E Books are available on his website.
Jack uses exclusively Fuji “X” series cameras and Fujinon Lenses. Jack has been named as an “X” Photographer by the Fuji Corporation. Jack’s images have been used extensively by Fuji for commercial and promotional purposes.
Jack is a member of the Board of Directors of NANPA  (North American Nature Photographers Association) Mono Lake Committee and SUWA (Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance).
Jack can be contacted for workshops, print sales as well as speaking engagements via E-Mail at

As a photographer, my mission is to make images that depict my emotions and feelings and to communicate these aspects through a photograph. To me the experience, immersing myself within the location, is as important as the photograph. I strive to be an artist, creating images that envelop a sense of place and relationship between myself and the location that go beyond the everyday.


The image is to a degree not what stimulates me. It’s the total experience. It is the creative boundaries I can choose, what goes into the art of creating an image even before the camera comes out of my bag, the place, the friends I’ve made via photography and more. Images are the end predict of the process. The process of making art keeps me going. Artist first, photographer second. 


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