Natural History Museum of Utah

Tom Till

Tom Till is one of America's foremost landscape photographers. In his nearly forty-year career he has authored more than 30 books, published hundreds of thousands of images and had prints displayed in every corner of America and the globe. Outdoor Photographer Magazine has called him one of the "Lords of Landscape Photography," and described him as "legendary."

Till's work has been used in many environmental campaigns in Utah, including the winning fight to keep nuclear waste out of Canyonlands National Park, designation of Grand Staircase/Escalante National Monument, and the move of the Moab Uranium Tailings Pond.

An ardent traveler, Till has photographed in all fifty U.S. states and in 102 countries across the globe. An exhibit of his images of UNESCO World Heritage Sites sponsored by UNESCO and the United States State Department has traveled the globe for many years. Till has said, "I have won life's lottery with my work. I am constantly inspired and filled with great joy as I experience and photograph the infinite beauty of the landscapes of the Earth." His most recent book is Photographing the World--winner of a 2013 Ben Franklin Award. Till has also been honored with a Fellow award from the North American Nature Photography Association, and inducted into the Iowa Rock and Roll hall of fame. In 2013 Till was honored with the Utah's Governor's Mansion Art Award. A resident of the spectacular Utah deserts, Till lives in Spirit Canyon, Utah.

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