Story by Sooyeon Lee
Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Jack Dykinga's work reflects the merging of a photojournalistic, documentary approach with large-format landscape photography, focusing on environmental issues in the United States and Mexico.
His images can be seen in a wide variety of publications such as: Arizona Highways, Time, Natural History, Outside, Harpers, Sierra Club, Audubon, Wilderness Society, and National Geographic.
Dykinga's work has been featured in many cover stories, as well as on NBC's Today Show and CNN's environmental program, Earth Matters.
He has co-produced, with writer Charles Bowden, four wilderness advocacy books. Currently, Dykinga works as a board member of the Sonoran Desert National Park Project trying to create a new Bi-National Park on the Arizona/Sonora, Mexico border.