Deadvlei_Sossusvlei, Namib-Naukluft National Park, photograph by Tim Hauf 2017
We can explore the world’s most interesting places without leaving home. Pick up Sunset, Smithsonian Magazine or a National Geographic publication and chances are you’ll be in touch with the photography of Tim Hauf. Turn the
pages of one of Tim’s many books and be transported to lands in far-flung corners of the globe, or come closer to home while perusing books dedicated to our own Channel Islands National Park. To steal a title of one of Tim’s books, savor the Essence of a Land through the eyes of one of America’s premier photographers. Tim Hauf has been a professional photographer since the early 1990s. Although he grew up in North Dakota, spent 30 years in Ventura County and now lives in Washington State, Tim is very much a citizen of the world. He left a career as a financial analyst and worked on a ranch in Somis before devoting himself to photography. His deep connection to the land – whether in the Channel Islands, Patagonia or the Himalayas – informs his work and allows us to vicariously admire and revel in Nature’s infinite variety.
Hauf’s documentation took place in 2018 and was sponsored by Jessica & Stanley Prescott Trust. The AfterGLOW was hosted by Dennis Mitchell and Richard Sanders.
The Focus On The Masters archive has extensive information about this artist.