Richard Hebhardt is an accomplished landscape and wildlife photographer whose passion takes him to remote locales both domestically and abroad. Whether photographing brown bears in Alaska or big cats in Africa, or capturing stunning landscapes in Hawai'i, his images reflect a distinct vision and style. His work has been exhibited in the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C.; the Oakland Museum of California; the Alaska State Museum; the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council; as well as in various community venues. His photographs have also appeared in magazine and online publications such as Audubon, Alaska Airlines, National Geographic Traveler, Nature’s Best, National Wildlife, and Desert Call, as well as in Horzu Wissen (Germany) and The Guardian (United Kingdom). Richard resides in Juneau, Alaska, with his wife Sheryl.