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Jennifer Renwick


After receiving her education in geology and then being trained in and serving in veterinary medicine for 14 years, Jennifer Renwick transitioned to being a full-time nature photographer in 2016 to travel and photograph the American West with her partner, David Kingham. She teaches numerous photography workshops where she includes lessons on visual storytelling, slowing down and connecting with the subject, and expressive photography.

Her incredible images have been featured in National Geographic's online story called "Underwater Beauty", and in Outdoor Photographer, Landscape Photography Magazine, Lenswork Magazine, as well as Lenswork’s "Seeing in Sixes" books, and Lenswork's "Our Magnificent Planet" book. She is also a contributor to National Geographic's "Your Shot" Instagram account.

Jennifer is also a staff contributor for the Slow Photography Movement and a founding member of the Nature First: The Alliance for Responsible Nature Photography. And finally, she is the co-owner of the Nature Photographer's Network along with her partner, David.

Special Episode

What Does Connecting to Nature Mean to You? [COMPILATION]

Feb. 1, 2022

Episode 44: Today, we’re paying tribute to the last ten incredible guests we’ve had on the podcast. Each of them has shared their wisdom and valuable perspectives about photography, creativity, composition, and connecting w…

Tidbit Tuesdays

All Cracked Up About Mud!

Dec. 7, 2021

Episode 36: In this special Tidbit Tuesday episode, I’m joined by previous guests, Sarah Marino and Jennifer Renwick , to chat about: What makes photographing mud cracks so appealing How local knowledge of the landscape can …


Creating Natural Abstracts, Slow Photography, and Photography Projects With Jennifer Renwick

Sept. 7, 2021

Episode 23: Today, I sit down with Colorado-based nature photographer, Jennifer Renwick , to chat about: How she knew it was time to take the leap and do nature photography full-time Words of advice for hobbyist photographer…