Friday, March 9th, 2018 4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Tree Squirrels to Great Whites, Memorable Wildlife Photography

Wildlife photography is Mark Hayward’s favorite photographic genre. Photographing nature and print making occupies the majority of Mark’s time. “How fortunate I am to live in such a beautiful land and share it with all kinds of wildlife.”

Join us as Mark takes on this amazing journey through his eyes.

Symposium Session Details

Symposium Speaker

Mark Hayward recently retired and lives with his wife Barbara near the base of the Ruby Mountains in Spring Creek, Nevada. Mark graduated with a BA and MBA from Saint Mary’s College in Moraga, California, and was President and owner of Danair, Inc. a pneumatic tool manufacturer.

Photography has been an important part of Mark’s life since the early 1970’s. At the age of 20 years Mark began photographing nature and print making. He believes the ultimate expression of a photograph is a finely crafted print.

The print materializes Mark’s vision in a real and tangible way that is durable and collectable. To fully appreciate the enduring quality of a well-captured wildlife image, it should be viewed in print form. This is why Mark enjoys the challenges of printing and presentation. All of Mark’s prints are done by himself in his Spring Creek studio.

Mark’s work is recognized internationally. Numerous print exhibits and publications include National Geographic Magazine, North American Nature Photographer’s Association, RANGE Magazine, National Wildlife Federation, Palm Press, Bolsa Chica Ecological Preserve, Shooting the West Symposium, Wiegand Gallery, Northeastern Museum and others.

Please visit Mark’s website; and if you wish to ask Mark a question email;

Mark Hayward / Symposium Speaker