Contact me if you would like to hear about new trips and workshops as I add them.

Experience an enchanting land of geological extremes on a circumnavigation of Iceland. Encounter vast volcanic landscapes and the world’s youngest island, walk on lava fields and ice sheets, and feel the heat of gushing hot springs and the spray cascading waterfalls. Go birding on the Arctic Circle, kayak into fjords and serene bays, and hike along magnificent and remote stretches of the coast. Cap off the adventure with a soak in the famous Blue Lagoon.

For more information contact me or visit NatGeo Expeditons

Circumnavigation of Iceland

National Geographic Expedition

July 16-26, 2020

July 25-August 4, 2020

Photographing Bears in Alaska

August 11-15, 2020

Alaska’s most unique bear viewing trip!  This once-in-a-lifetime adventure is truly a multi-sensory experience for the adventurer looking to view, photograph and admire North America’s most magnificent big game animal. From our comfortable camp (one that we’ve made bear resistant by surrounding with an electric fence), we spend three full days photographing the world famous bears of Katmai National Park in a true wilderness setting.

For more details on the itinerary, click here.

To book, click here.

Jackson Hole and the Teton range will be the backdrop for this photography workshop retreat featuring daily workshops that will address the fundamentals of photography through classroom instruction, field work and assignments, image critique and digital workflow.  Bentwood Inn, one of the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World, will serve as our base camp as we explore this beautiful area. 

For more information contact me or visit Bentwood Inn.  

Photography Workshop at the Bentwood Inn in Wyoming

October 22 - 27, 2020

Yellowstone in winter is a photographer's delight: mineral pools burn through the snow, revealing their gem-colored depths; waterfalls freeze mid-spill; and elk and moose stand out clearly against the glistening white landscape. Record the beauty of winter in our oldest national park, zooming in on wildlife in the Lamar Valley, catching the interplay of steam and snow on Mammoth Hot Springs, and rising early for a sunrise photo shoot in the Lower Geyser Basin.

For more information contact me or visit NatGeo Expeditons

National Geographic Expeditions

Winter Wildlife in Yellowstone

December 22 - 27, 2020

National Geographic Expeditions

Best of Patagonia

March 7-22, 2021

Set sail aboard the National Geographic Orion to experience the fjords, glaciers, and panoramic vistas that make Chilean Patagonia one of the most lauded nature destinations on Earth. Encounter celebrated treasures, like the legendary Beagle Channel and Cape Horn, as well as a remote wildlife reserve on Tierra del Fuego not easily accessible to the public. Along the way, venture out by Zodiac and kayak to explore Chile’s deeply indented coastline. Glide into fjords and inlets beneath walls of blue ice; hike on shore with naturalists; and watch for humpback whales, elephant seals, Magellanic penguins, and Andean condors. The expedition caps off on Argentina’s Staten Island, where we’ll have special access to nature reserves teeming with wildlife.

For more information contact me or visit NatGeo Expeditons

Join us for this exciting trip to one of America's best-kept secrets! Named for the curving path of the Rio Grande river marking the border between Texas and Mexico, Big Bend National Park is one of the largest and most diverse parks in the country. Most major ecological zones exist side by side here, ranging from arid deserts to verdant mountain forests. The Big Bend area of West Texas is known for fascinating geology, diverse biology, and vast open spaces. Rugged peaks, chiseled canyons, unique desert plant life, and the darkest of skies make this region a rate gem for photographers of all levels.

For more information contact me

Harvard Club of Dallas - Photographing Big Bend National Park

February 25-28, 2021

Within cities seemingly frozen in time beats the vibrant pulse of Cuba’s most valuable resource: its people. Photography opportunities will be everywhere as we connect with Cubans of all backgrounds on this unique program, learning about their everyday lives and examining the forces that have shaped Cuban culture. From the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Old Havana and Trinidad to colonial Cienfuegos, meet historians and scientists, athletes and artists, entrepreneurs and musicians—and experience this fast-changing island nation through their eyes. 

For more information contact me

Harvard Club of Dallas - Photographing Cuba

June 5-11, 2021

© 2018 by Andy Coleman