Jeff Vanuga
"From the film days to current digital photography, filters have always been part of my quiver of photography gear. From neutral density to polarizers, Singh-Ray filters have given me the edge to take my photography to the next level of creativity."



Jeff Vanuga is an outdoor and adventure photographer who taught himself the trade of photography as a way of capturing and sharing his creative vision with others. He uses his unique artistic vision to breathe new life into themes and subject matter that might otherwise appear common. His ability to convey raw passion for the natural world has earned published credits over the last 30 years in National Geographic Magazine, National Geographic Traveler, People Magazine, The Guardian, Outside, BBC Wildlife, National Wildlife, Audubon, Sierra Club, Time, Smithsonian, Wyoming Wildlife, Outside, The New York Times, Ford, Nissan, Patagonia and thousands of other publications and advertising clients around the globe. 

His work has received awards and recognition from  the BBC, the National Wildlife Photographic Competition, the North American Nature Photography Competition, and Natures Best Photography Competition.  Recently his book entitled Fordor's Compass Guide to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks received a silver medal in the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill School of Journalism and Mass Communication from a field of 1,161 entries. He has also hosted TV shows on nature photography for the Outdoor Life Channel and Nature’s Best Magazine. 

Jeff leads tours for one of the largest photographic tour companies in the world, Joseph Van Os Photo Safaris, with over 100 international tours to his credit. Jeff has taught workshops for National Geographic Expeditions, First Light Workshops, Moab Photography Symposium and other educational venues.  He sells his own stock and his work is represented by Corbis and the Nature Picture Library stock agencies.