Lynn Chamberlain has been photographing the great outdoors for more than 35 years. An interest in nature and photography caused him to earn four year degrees in biology from Southern Utah University and photography from Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara. His photo credits include many books, calendars and magazines. He has also done photographic work for the National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, State Fish and Game Agencies and other organizations. Lynn's photo workshops are in high demand in the west and he has helped hundreds of photographers learn to better apply the craft of photography. Lynn was the host for the "Photo Tips" section a television program on a local PBS station called "Utah Wild" for 6 years and more recently produced and hosted “Outdoor Photo Adventures” for the Outdoor Channel for two years. Lynn has worked in Public Relations and Education for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources for 21 years. His Radio program "The Wild Side" has aired weekly on KSUB in Cedar City for 20 years now. He lives in Toquerville with his wife Kay.