Charles "Chip" Hedgcock is a photographer and naturalist whose photographs reveal the hidden mysteries of the desert southwest.
Chip is equally at
home photographing in the studio or in the field.
His talent and experience, coupled with
his keen interest in natural history, have led him on photography
and research projects in the American southwest and Sonora,
award winning photography has been called
"beautiful in its precision." by the Austin
American-Statesman. It has appeared in an eclectic
of publications including; Spin, Ranger Rick,
Cell & Tissue Research, BBC Wildlife,
Outdoor Photographer and the Journal of Biological
Photography. A gifted fine art photographer, his work
has hung in numerous galleries as well as natural history
museums and botanical gardens.
Jensen, editor of Lens
Work, had this to say about his work:
is to bugs what Weston was to peppers!"
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