Cindy Jones is an award winning and published wildlife and nature photographer based out of Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Nantucket, Massachusetts. Her love of nature and photography have taken her all over the world to some of the most epic locations on earth from Tanzania, to Iceland, Nepal, Costa Rica, Patagonia, Alaska, Canada, and more. She chose to attend the Engineering School at the University of Colorado, Boulder, to be close to the mountains. Her lifelong passion for nature and hiking led her into photography, to document the beauty that she was experiencing and to share this sense of wonderment with others. She hopes that her photography promotes environmental awareness and encourages others to appreciate nature and to protect the natural world for future generations. Conservation is extremely important to her and she donates a percentage of her profits from prints to conservation efforts.
Her work was featured in a very successful solo exhibition titled Finding Light at the Martha Spak Gallery in Washington, DC in 2019. The exhibition received extensive media coverage including her photography being featured in articles in Washington Life Magazine and DC Modern Luxury Magazine. Her photographs have been recognized in many competitions and have been featured hundreds of times by many of the top nature photography hubs on Instagram where she is very active. To see more of her photography and follow her adventures, follow her on Instagram @cindyjonesphotography or on her website www.cindyjonesphotography.com.
Cindy is passionate about helping and promoting other women in photography and the arts. She serves on the board of the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, since 2008 and she is the immediate past president of this board.
In the gallery on this website, she offers the finest quality prints in a variety of mediums and sizes. If you are interested in another size or want a piece framed, please contact her at email@example.com
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