The visual art of photography has great power in showcasing our natural world. Grace Scalzo believes that only if people see and feel a connection to nature will they care about preserving it. With gratitude and appreciation for the outdoors, Grace creates her images and uses them in slide show presentations for nature groups, photography clubs and libraries. She has authored two children's books and writes for online nature photography forums focusing on current topics, techniques, and field etiquette. She loves teaching people how to improve their own photography skills through workshops which combine field strategies as well as photography techniques. Her images have been recognized and published by NANPA (North American Nature Photography Association) and “Nature’s Best” magazine.
Grace resides in Spring Branch, Texas, with her husband, Ted. They are managing their land for the benefit of wildlife under a plan approved by the State of Texas. Under their stewardship, it will never be divided or developed and the wildlife who call this land home will have a safe and quiet place to live.
Services available: Workshops, Slideshows, Prints, Private Lessons
Phone : 631-664-0934