Hugh Rose has spent the last twenty-five years exploring and photographing Alaska’s unparalleled natural beauty, wildlife, birds, plants, geology, and solitude from his base in Fairbanks. He originally worked as a freelance photographer and naturalist-guide in Denali, but his focus is now the Arctic and Prince William Sound. He has spent the last twenty years working with Dean Rand on the Discovery as a naturalist while also photographing the Nellie Juan-College Fiord Wilderness Study Area. His photographs of this area can be found in A Wild Promise: Prince William Sound, a recent Braided River title. View Hugh's site.