is an outdoor enthusiast and gifted nature photographer. He graduated
from the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1985 with a B.S.
degree in Geophysics. In 1987 he moved to Colorado and immediately took
to exploring the state. Upon discovering nature photography in 1997 he
embraced it with a passion. In 2008 nature photography became his full time job. Andy thoroughly enjoys helping others
develop their photographic abilities and experience the great outdoors.
Andy enjoys traveling
photographing the scenic beauty of the places he visits. As a
he has wonderful attention to detail in composition and technique.
Andy's photographs have been published in numerous magazines and
newspapers including National Audubon Society, Colorado Adventure, 5280
Magazine, and Colorado Vacation Planner. He has also sold images to
National Geographic, National Geographic Maps, Budweiser, The
Conservation Campaign, American National Bank, The Metropolitan Museum
of Art (NY) and more. His work also appears on calendars, postcards and
note cards and he has sold many prints to various individuals and
Cook is one of Colorado's
best outdoor photographers." The Voice, Fort Collins, CO.
Nature Photographer: Andy Cook - In a region that's understandably
strong in nature photography, Cook stands out for his quality, his
productivity and his commitment to passing on everything he knows to
aspiring photographers." The Gazette, Colorado Springs
array of eye-catching landscape scenes that would make any nature lover
homesick. The vivid colors and striking compositions of these
wilderness photographs prove just how accomplished a photographer Cook
has become." Colorado Springs Independent
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