Wild Destinations Photography (WDP) shares our nature photography experience with you in unique hands-on Location Photography Workshops in some of the most beautiful and exotic settings that nature has to offer.
We are professional photographers who wish to document and protect this beauty for us and future generations to experience. Therefore, we provide a responsible stewardship for these protected locations and beautiful wildlife we enjoy at every workshop while providing a safe and respectful environment for our workshops groups to thrive in.
To make sure we do minimal impact on the locations we visit, WDP works with the United States Department of Interior, the National Park Service and the US Forestry Service to obtain all the proper permits to operate legally, safely and protectively . We carry more than the required minimum of insurance. Our Photographers and Instructors are certified in First Aid, in CPR, and the Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics program.
Photographers / Artists
Rick Waller has been a Commercial / Stock / Location Photographer, Web Developer and Media Communications entrepreneur for over 30 years.
He is the Founder of Wild Destinations Photography that focuses on Nature / Wildlife Photography Workshops and Fine Art Prints. He also runs his own Creative Services firms that focus on International Stock Photography, Commercial / Advertising / Architectural Photography, Web development and Marketing, and Communications Networking.
His Client list includes: Intel, Adobe, HP, and Grass Valley (Group).
Jeree’ Waller is a Nature Photographer and Watercolor Artist. Her watercolor style has a flare for bright colors and pleasing composition whether painting flowers or landscapes. As a nature photographer, she boldly plays with close ups and lighting, resulting in images that pop. Her abstracts are playfully fun and refreshing. Each is created with a love for God’s beautiful gifts with you in mind.
Clint Dickson is a Landscape and Wildlife photographer who started off teaching himself photography on a Kodak camera when he was twelve years old. These days he prefers to shoot with his Canon DSLRs.