C.C. Lockwood, wildlife photographer, writer, naturalist and adventurer, is truly inspiring with the way he captures the beauty and vitality of the world as he sees it.
There is an exuberating quality to C.C. when it comes to his home state of Louisiana, in which he is honored as a “Louisiana Legend” by Louisiana Public Broadcasting. In a continuous effort to reveal the urgency of Louisiana’s vanishing coastal lands, C.C. has put great emphasis on the oil spill tragedy. Internationally acclaimed as an environmental artist, and granted the Sierra Club’s Ansel Adams Award for conservation photography.
With travels through most habitats in the world, Americas largest River Basin Swamp, the Atchafalaya basin remains his favorite place to shoot and one he holds dear to his heart.
His most recent book, Louisiana Wild, The Protected and Restored Lands of The Nature Conservancy, is his 14 book. He has been selling stock images, teaching workshops and taking assignments since the 1970’s.