My name is Ryan Lee Taylor and I am a photographer located in Beavercreek, Ohio.
This blog is a space to talk more in detail about my adventures and travels around Ohio. The photos are supplemented with photos to share stories I hope you find entertaining, inspirational and educational.
I studied at the New York Institute of Photography, graduating in 2017 with certificates in the Complete Course in Professional Photography and the Intensive Course in Travel Photography. Any other experience I have is self-taught from going out in the field.
My work focuses on the genre of nature photography, and specializing in wildlife, wildflowers, trees and landscapes. Often traveling to far off scenic locations away from home or near as can be. I deliver stylish framed and matted fine art prints while also promoting conservation and wildlife ethics.
Call it experiential photography: documenting the living things around us and delivering that moment to you, the viewer, is my purpose. Reflected in my work is a deep ecological concern for the fragile and precious environments on our planet. However, I tend to focus on what beauty is already there rather than the harrowing consequences of humanity’s actions that affect tomorrow.
I am a member of the North American Nature Photography Association as well as several other professional organizations.
Grab a cup of tea and start with the first post telling more about my story.
Thank you for visiting and happy reading!