Jon has been exploring and photographing the Moab area for more than 35 years and has been a Moab resident since 1992. He is a working free-lance stock photographer, represented by stock agencies in London, Tokyo, and the U.S., and is a member of the North American Nature Photographers Association (NANPA). His first published photo was a two-page spread in National Geographic Magazine in January 1983. He has since been published in hundreds of publications world-wide, from the Singapore Times and Ranger Rick Magazine to Geomundo and the Insight Guide Books. He was featured in the Showcase section of the May 2008 issue of Outdoor Photographer magazine. His work also appears in the Ancient Images Greeting Card line. He has traveled extensively internationally and has photographed in more than 40 countries, but his favorite subject is still the Colorado Plateau. He has planned and guided small private photographic tours to England & Scotland, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Australia, and New Zealand, and multi-day photo workshops in Costa Rica, China and the Moab area. Most of the year he is guiding private photography tours in the Moab area.
Jon was a founding partner in the Moab Paper Company and a member of the board of directors of Moab Paper until its sale to Legion Paper.
He has a great sense of humor, loves meeting people, and works hard to ensure that you have an enjoyable and safe experience with Moab Photo Tours, while working to help you get the ‘shot of a lifetime.’ He loves to share his knowledge of photography and the Moab area with anyone who will listen!
Tom Till is one of America's most published photographers. Over 100,000 of his images have appeared in print since 1977. In 1998, Till opened the TomTill Gallery in Moab, Utah. Till's images depict landscape, nature, history,and travel subjects worldwide, including all fifty states and nearly sixty countries overseas.
Till's stock photography images have been featured by National Geographic Magazine, The New York Times, Outside Magazine, Canon Copiers, Delta Airlines, The New Yorker Magazine, Life Magazine, Browntrout Calendars, Eastman Kodak, Reader's Digest, Rand McNally, MGM, Arizona Highways, Lonely Planet, and thousands of others.
Tom travels extensively to create new material. Recent trips have taken him to Qatar, Australia, France, Mexico, the Caribbean, China, South Africa, Brazil, Siberia, and numerous sites in the United States. A 35-year resident of Moab, Utah, Till has one of the largest photo libraries in existence of the Four Corners region. Tom does only a very limited number of workshops per year, and Moab Photo Tours is very fortunate to have him participate with us so you can take advantage of his vast knowledge of both the art and the business of photography. You can see more of Tom's work at www.tomtill.com.
Dan is originally a native of Boulder, Colorado, but has been guiding photographers to Moab since 1989. He has been a Moab resident for more than 20 years and knows the area extremely well. Dan has been a long-time professional landscape photographer and has been published in numerous publications, including Outdoor Photographer, National Parks Magazine, Peterson's Photographic, Olympus America's Vision Age Magazine and PURSUIT Magazine, Sports Life Magazine in Hamburg, Germany, and other European publications. Advertising credits include The Territory Ahead Catalog, Sunset Magazine, Backpacker, Photo Pro, Photographer's Forum, Photo District News, Shutterbug, News Photographer, and many more. He loves night landscape photography and the photography of ancient Native American archeological sites. Dan is also very active in the stock photography market as well and was featured in two instructional photography videos entitled "Night Photography" and "High Desert Images".
He is the former owner of Ancient Images Greeting Cards and published a line of greeting cards featuring outstanding nature photography. After selling that company, Dan started Canyon Color Graphics and does graphic design and layouts for calendars and brochures to support the tourist industry in Moab. He still arranges the production of photographic notecards, posters and calendars for his many professional photographer clients around the western U.S. To see more of Dan's work, go to http://www.dannorrisphotography.com/