2015 National Outdoor Book Award Winner: Design & Artistic Merit

NOBA | This magnificent book will catch your breath.  And once your breath returns to normal, and you turn the page, well, your heart will stop.  Within the covers of The Last Great Wild Places is the life work of accomplished photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen.  It is a work spanning forty years during which he has captured

“Yellowstone Wildlife” Earns Design Award

SOUTHWEST BOOK DESIGN AND PRODUCTION AWARDS COMPETITION  |  Yellowstone Wildlife: Ecology and Natural History of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (University Press) by Paul A. Johnsgard and Thomas D. Mangelsen earned the design and production award for trade books illustrated.  The award recognizes creativity and quality in book design and distinction in production. The awards help

Mangelsen Honored as Conservation Photographer of the Year

NATURE’S BEST PHOTOGRAPHY   |  Conservation is a key theme throughout Thomas D. Mangelsen’s body of work. By showcasing the beauty of nature, he hopes to encourage others to discover the wonders the natural world has to offer and to care enough to preserve what remains. His conservation activism efforts came of age with a once-in-a-lifetime experience

Windland Smith Rice International Awards Ceremony

“Thomas D. Mangelsen was selected for the CPY Award because he matches passion with commitment and energy with extraordinary talent. His contributions to conservation are clearly measurable and far-reaching. Through his images and the strength of his mission, the Earth and its wild inhabitants will remain in public focus and forever remind us to appreciate

Mangelsen Featured on the Walls of the Smithsonian

The Story Behind the Exhibition Washington, DC | March 30, 2012 – January 6, 2013 THE ENTRIES: More than 20,000 images from nature photographers in 47 countries were reviewed by a Judging Panel made up of experts in photography, science, and conservation. Narrowed down to a selection of 135 award-winning photographs for the awards publication,

Mangelsen Honored to be Named a Loweprofessional

Read Lowepro’s Q & A with photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen at www.Lowepro.com

Nature’s Best Photography Names Thomas D. Mangelsen 2011 Conservation Photographer of the Year

One of the most prolific nature photographers of our time, Thomas D. Mangelsen is as much an artist as he is a conservationist. Over his 30-plus years of image-making, he has been profiled on CNN, BBC, NBC’s “The Today Show,” and many more television networks around the globe. He has also been recognized as Wildlife