Constance Mier is a fine art nature photographer who, for the past 14 years has photographed remote wilderness areas of south Florida from her canoe. She has won several awards including the National Audubon Society’s 2015 fine art category and Best in Show in the North American Nature Photography Association’s 2017 showcase, and her work has been published in several venues including Outdoor Photographer and Nature’s Best Photography. She has exhibited her work across south Florida in several galleries including both Everglades and Biscayne National Parks. She comes to her workshops with over 25 years of teaching experience & over 14 years of nature photography experience in Florida. Her workshop approach is to keep it simple with the individual novice or intermediate photographer’s creative and technical goals in mind. She provides both online written tutorials and instructional YouTube videos. Recently retired from teaching physiology at a university in Miami, she now lives fulltime in an RV in the middle of the Ten Thousands Islands on Chokoloskee Island, Florida. When she is not in Chokoloskee, she takes her home on the road and travels the United States during the summer months. From November through May, she offers both in-field and Photoshop workshops in south Florida.