Local Wildife Photographer in Nat Geo

One of the most amazing things about the mountains is that we have some world class talent that live right next door–or at least down the road.

Local wildlife photographer and photo artist Barbara Jordan is one such person. If you have not met her, she is a delightful, vibrant soul.

Barbara left her career in criminal mitigation and leapt into photographic success right away and she has been going strong since 1995.

The big news is that recently had two of her photographs (leaping mountain lion and Horse Tail Falls) were just featured in National Geographic’s Travel.

However, she has many other accomplishments and her collection of images now is on the upper numbers of the five digit range.

Some of her credits include:

National Geographic Books; Shutterbug Magazine; Swissair; ESA Today; First Light; Endangered Species Coalition brochures and campaigns; Biodiversity and Conservation (text book); Verde; ENN; Best of Photography 1995 (Serbin Communications); The Best of Nature Photography (Amherst Media); On The Mountain (2 covers), Big Bear Magazine (cover); Discovering Whales, Whale Watching Web, Bonus.com, Before the War (CD cover), Without the Burning Bush (book cover) Baker Books, Inland Empire Magazine, Evironmental Protection Agency; F8 & Being There.

Hey–how about doing something for the Fawnskin Flyer? LOL

Barbara Jordan’s work can be viewed on the mountain at “The Gallery” in the village area of Big Bear Lake. She is also a regular exhibitor at the annual “Art on the Lake” each August.

She also invites direct inquiries from her website, Barbara Jordan.

Congratulations on this latest exposure…



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