About Jerry Monkman and EcoPhotography

 

Jerry shooting for Family Fun Magazine.

Monkman_Bio_PicWhile Jerry has written ten books and directed a feature-length documentary film, you will usually find him shooting nature and outdoor lifestyle imagery (stills and video) for non-profit, editorial, and commercial clients. His images and short films have defined adventure landscapes and told conservation-themed stories for more than 20 years for clients such as The Trust for Public Land, The Nature Conservancy, National Geographic Adventure, L.L. Bean, and Timberland. With his wife Marcy he runs EcoPhotography, his stock and assignment photo business and video production company.

The Monkmans’ books, include “Wild Acadia” which was named a top photo book of 2007 by Shutterbug Magazine. Their most recent book, The AMC Guide to Outdoor Digital Photography, received a 2012 National Outdoor Book Award. Their work has appeared in publications worldwide including National Geographic Adventure, Audubon, Men’s Journal, The Washington Post, Outdoor Photographer, and Yankee Magazine. Jerry’s first feature-length film, The Power of Place, explores the potential impacts of a controversial energy project proposed for New Hampshire, and was an official selection of the 2015 New Hampshire Film Festival.

Sample Clients

American Forest Foundation, Appalachian Mountain Club, Clean Air-Cool Planet, Conservation Fund, The Nature Conservancy, Manomet, Mt. Washington Observatory, Northern Forest Alliance, Open Space Institute, Society for the Protection of NH Forests, The Trust for Public Land, The Wilderness Society, Timberland, and L.L. Bean.

Special Recognition

2017 North American Nature Photography Association’s “Mission Award”
2014 New Hampshire Fish and Game’s “Communications Award of Excellence”
2012 National Outdoor Book Award for The AMC Guide to Outdoor Digital Photography
2010-2012 Board Member, North American Nature Photography Association
2009 USPS 72 cent Stamp
2007 Featured in 50 States/50 Photographers in Photo District News

Contact Jerry Monkman

P.O. Box 424
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03802
p.  603-498-1140
e. jerry@ecophotography.com

 

Jerry in the News

December 2016: Jerry was the featured photographer for the month on NewEngland.com.

Sept./Oct. 2016: Jerry was featured in the article “My Outdoors: Three Experts Reflect on What nature Means to Them” in AMC Outdoors magazine.

June, 2016: Jerry was interviewed by Yankee Magazine editor, Ian Aldrich, about his conservation photo work and his work in Acadia National Park: https://youtu.be/IJMbT7xXDPI

April 2, 2016: Jerry’s personal work was mentioned by Photoshelter CEO Andrew Fingerman in his guest blog post on photo marketing on the ASMP Website, titled The Secret Sauce is You.

September 22, 1015: The Power of Place was selected to be screened in the 2015 New Hampshire Film Festival.

July 26, 2015: Jerry was recently awarded the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s “Communications Award of Excellence.” You can read about it in this article.

April 10, 2015: The Portsmouth, NH screening of Jerry’s film, The Power of Place, was covered in The Portsmouth Herald.

April 6, 2015: Jerry was interviewed by David Johnston on The Photography Roundtable podcast.

April 1, 2015: Jerry was interviewed about The Power of Place by The Sound.

March 1, 2015: Jerry was interviewed about the premier of his film, The Power of Place, in this article in the Concord Monitor.

June 23, 2013: Jerry and his film, The Power of Place, were profiled in this article in the Portsmouth Herald.

May 26, 2013: This article on WMUR.com was one of many reporting on Jerry’s successful Kickstarter campaign to fund his film, The Power of Place.

May 1, 2013: Listen to Jerry’s interview with Mark Godfrey, director of Photography for the Nature Conservancy.

April 26, 2013: Listen to Jerry’s interview on The Candid Frame podcast.

April, 2013: “Windows to the Wild” on New Hampshire Public Television. Jerry hiked with host Willem Lange to the Appalachian Mountain Club’s Zealand Falls Hut, while discussing the ins and outs of photographing fall foliage in the White Mountains. Now online at: http://video.nhptv.org/video/2364991244/

January, 2013: “The Photographer’s Checklist for Designing an Outstanding Homepage” on the Photoshelter blog: http://blog.photoshelter.com/2013/01/the-photographers-checklist-for-designing-an-outstanding-homepage/

December, 2012: Interview on Nik Radio: http://www.niksoftware.com/teamnik/usa/entry.php?view=nik_radio%2Fusa_main.shtml

March, 2012 issue of New Hampshire Magazine: http://www.nhmagazine.com/home/951975-101/new-hampshires-hidden-places.html

November 11, 2011: Interview on ProNaturePhotographer.com: http://www.pronaturephotographer.com/2011/11/interview-with-outdoor-adventure-photographer-jerry-monkman/

May 10, 2010: “Working with NGO’s” on the Photoshelter Business of Photography blog: http://blog.photoshelter.com/2010/05/photography-business-working-with-ngos/

 

8 thoughts on “About Jerry Monkman and EcoPhotography

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  2. I get photographer’s promos in my inbox every day and am very rarely motivated to click through to their websites. I spent some time in your portfolio, and you are amazing.

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  4. Hey, Jerry. Fantastic work and great website. Super impressed with your accomplishments and the outstanding photographic portfolio you’ve created. Actually went to high school (and college) with you, though I doubt you’ll recall, and just came across your site by chance. Small world. Anyway, congratulations again and all the best in your efforts.

    • Thanks Tim. Sorry, my old brain doesn’t remember too many people from high school days, especially since I moved 1000 miles away 27 years ago!

  5. Just caught you and Willem L on Windows to the Wild. It’s a rare moment I sit totally focused on
    Anything for more than a few minutes. Your talent with the lens brought me to places these feet will
    No longer bring me.
    Best wishes

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