. About the Photographer
Bryan Clark grew up in the small town of Elizabeth, Colorado. He attended college at Western State Colorado University in Gunnison, where he earned his Bachelor's degree. He currently lives in Fort Collins, with his wife Heather and their dog.
Bryan's love for the mountains began as a kid. His family did a lot of camping, and the Colorado Rockies have always offered incredible scenery, fishing, hiking, and exploring. But when his father took him up his first 14,000 foot peak, Mt. Princeton, Bryan was hooked on the experience. He's since climbed all the 14ers. Mt. Eulous was his last.
Today, Bryan finds natural and artistic inspiration in landscape photography. He enjoys the peaceful and transcendental moments that happen when light, land, and weather come together in unique ways. He searches for interesting compositions to frame it all. He's not afraid to get up early while the world sleeps, and travel in darkness in a wild and cold landscape, just to get a great photo. In fact, he enjoys it.
As a Fort Collins resident, Bryan mostly takes photos around the Northern Colorado region. It is a beautiful area, which includes Rocky Mountain National Park, the Cache la Poudre River Canyon, and many other landscapes.
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