Tofino Photographer Jacqueline Windh
Jacqueline Windh has been photographing nature and wildlife since she
received her first camera at age eleven. She has been photographing
the outdoors in 35 mm format for sixteen years. Her photographs have
been published internationally in magazines and newspapers, as cards
and postcards, and for advertising use. Her background in earth sciences
(BSc McGill University 1987; PhD University of Western Australia 1992)
provides a unique perspective and understanding of the natural environment,
which is reflected in her photographic work.
Clayoquot is a meeting place – a juxtaposition of contrasts.
It is the violent union of land and sea, the fragile edge of a giant
continent. It is contradiction: the fury of a winter storm and the
tranquility of the rainforest. It is the zone of conflict between human “progress” and
a natural ecosystem that has existed in equilibrium for millenia. It
is ours, yet it is no one’s.
I hope that my images leave an impression of the magnificent power
of Nature, as well as a reminder of our planet’s fragility.”
Jacqueline Windh’s photographs are available as Special Edition
and Limited Edition prints. They can be purchased as flat prints, or
framed and mounted.
For further information on her work, please visit her website at
www.windhphotos.com The poster of the Vargas Wolves shown above is available for $15
from Jacqueline Windh. Phone her at (250) 725-2484 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.