Byron Jorjorian’s award-winning photography has been appreciated and admired all over the world. His work has appeared in major publications including Time, National Geographic, Outdoor Photographer, Smithsonian Books and the Audubon Field Guides. He, like most, began humbly. His interest in photography started at age 11, when he got his first camera as a gift from his grandfather. This small event was life-changing for the young Byron and awakened in him an insatiable passion for photographing nature.

“I get so pumped; I’m there to get one thing and one thing only—the perfect shot.”

With operations based in Nashville, Byron and his wife, Susan, have grown the business to a staff of seven employees. Each month thousands of images are sold worldwide through their website.

“My favorite thing is to explore the unknown. I do a lot of photography for conservation groups, and they send me to far-away, unknown areas they hope will become preservation sites. I take a GPS, a protein bar, and 40 pounds of camera equipment. I get so pumped; I’m there to get one thing and one thing only—the perfect shot.”

For more information go to: www.byronjorjorian.com.

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