Hunter Bryant’s ‘Bryant Photographer’ series is a collection of images from the photographer’s travels and life
Hunter Bryan Bryant, an American photographer known for capturing images of wildlife, was born in California in 1951 and spent most of his life in Alaska.
Bryant was the son of a fisherman who would go on to found the Alaska Wildlife Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting wild and endangered wildlife.
Bryan’s career in wildlife photography began in the early 1980s when he was studying photography in New York City and moved to Anchorage, Alaska, where he grew up working as a professional photographer.
Bryancourt began working for the foundation’s Anchorage office in 1983, and in 1984 he relocated to Alaska and began working with the foundation.
Bryants work as a wildlife photographer was influenced by his experiences as a child growing up in Alaska, which has an abundance of wildlife.
In addition to documenting the animals in his travels, Bryant also captures portraits of wildlife in his work.
In 2013, Bryancart’s photographer series, titled Hunter Bryancarth’s Bryant Photographer Series, was published by National Geographic.
Hunter Bryant photograph series in full: The photographer series includes 35 images of Bryancaught animals, including the giant grizzly bear, the blue beluga, the albatross, the brown-eyed spotted owl, and the red-eared owl.
Bryancourt’s series also includes wildlife photos of the wild salmon, sea otters, wolves, foxes, and cougars.
His work has been featured in publications ranging from Popular Mechanics to The New York Times.
Bryancers photo series is available to purchase for $99.99 and includes 35 prints.
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