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A firm believer in the power of images and words to shape public opinion, photographer and writer Amy Gulick uses her work to educate both the public and decision makers on conservation issues. Her work has appeared in Audubon, Sierra, National Wildlife, Outdoor Photographer, High Country News, and other publications. She has covered numerous topics including: endangered species, old-growth forests, illegal wildlife trade, commercial whaling, plastics in the oceans, and the effects of the aquarium trade on coral reefs. Her photographs have been featured in the conservation campaigns of the Alaska Wilderness League, Sierra Club, Alaska Rainforest Campaign, and other organizations.
Gulick’s current work focuses on the Tongass National Forest of Alaska. The Tongass contains one-third of the world’s remaining old-growth coastal temperate rain forests, and the largest reserves of old-growth forests left in the United States. Her book "Salmon in the Trees: Life in Alaska’s Tongass Rain Forest" is a 2010 Independent Publisher Book Award winner. See www.salmoninthetrees.org.
Gulick’s work has received numerous honors including the prestigious Daniel Housberg Wilderness Image Award from the Alaska Conservation Foundation, the Voice of the Wild Award from the Alaska Wilderness League, and a Lowell Thomas Award from the Society of American Travel Writers Foundation. She is also the recipient of a Philip Hyde Grant Award for her work in the Tongass National Forest, and a Mission Award, both presented by the North American Nature Photography Association.
Gulick is a national speaker on both the Tongass National Forest and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge of Alaska. She is a member of the Society of Environmental Journalists, and is a conservation columnist for Currents, the magazine of the North American Nature Photography Association.