I live in the mountains of Colorado's Front Range and specialize in the landscape photography of protected areas, primarily in the western United States. Most of my photography was created in National Parks, Forest Service and BLM Wilderness, Research Natural Areas, Open Space, and other private and public protected land. These areas are a vital part of our natural heritage. My work is homage to wildlands. I hope that some of the spirit of wild places flows through these images.
New for 2010:
A discussion, letter, and photographs describing the indefensible logging practices of the Forest Service in Boulder County, Colorado. See old growth.
A collection of photographs from Spring along the Meramec River in Missouri.
Photographs from backpacking the John Muir Trail in the Sierra Nevada in California.
Photography Exhibit of over 25 large framed photographs by Tom Andrews in the Wright Kingdom Building at 4875 Pearl East Circle in Boulder, Colorado, exhibit closed on November 30, 2010.
New for 2009:
The completion of four portfolios of photographs from the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska.
A collection of photographs and the visual journal of a nine day solo backpacking trip in the Wind River Range of Wyoming.
A collection of bigtooth maple photographs from Zion National Park in Utah.
For Dianne Andrews and Ponderosa Pine Courses