When he's not working on projects for Picture Tomorrow, Doug Day works as a freelance photographer and an instructor at the Rocky Mountain School of Photography here in Missoula, Montana. Doug's two main areas of photographic interest--flora macros and international social documentary--are well represented in his assignments, his one-man and group shows, and in his published work.
Before devoting himself to photography, Doug worked various jobs in
the forests of Montana, ran his own business, and directed the judging
at the International Wildlife Film Festival. He has since served as
a judge for the Film Festival's photo contest. Today, Doug combines
his love of photography with his passion for travel. His projects have
taken him to countries on five of the seven continents, including Mexico,
Indonesia, Ecuador, and many countries in Africa--several of which he
has crossed on bicycle. Doug could well be the world's authority on
packing light for photography expeditions.
You can view more of Doug's work, and contact him, at his web site: http://www.douglasdayphotography.com