A self-described storyteller, Amy’s tools of the trade include pictures and words. She is also a conservationist and focuses her photography and writing on sharing the important stories of issues most important to her. Among these are the impacts of oil drilling in the Arctic and plastics in the ocean, the illegal wildlife trade, and the protection of endangered species and old-growth forests.
An award-winning photographer and writer, Amy’s multi-media project Salmon in the Trees shares the incredible story of the Tongass Rainforest ecosystem through imagery, a book, videos, and lectures. Her project won two Nautilus Book Awards. The recipient of many honors, she has received awards from the Alaska Conservation Foundation, Alaska Wilderness League,, North American Nature Photography Association, and Society of American Travel Writers Foundation. She is a founding member of the International League of Conservation Photographers and International League of Conservation Writers, among other organizations. http://amygulick.com/