Symposium celebrates women in photography

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Do you, can you, will you shoot like a girl?

“Shoot Like a Girl – Women in Wildlife” photography symposium will the biggest photography event in Jackson Hole this fall and the Teton Photography Club is looking for photographers who would like to be part of it.

Shoot Like a Girl is a celebration of women wildlife photographers, their work, and vision. This full-day educational symposium will be a day of learning, storytelling, and inspiration. It is presented by TPC in partnership with the National Museum of Wildlife Art at the NMWA Cook Auditorium, September 28, 2019, from 8:30am to 4:30pm.

Speakers are women photographers who have drawn inspiration from the wilds and wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone region, the West, and beyond. Their presentations will demonstrate how to stretch creative vision, how photography can reveal wild lives and inspire change to benefit nature, and how to follow the ethics of wildlife photography.

Feature Presentations by:

  • Morgan Heim (Keynote Speaker)
  • Fereshte Faustini
  • Jaymi Heimbuch
  • Kerry Singleton
  • Tenley Thompson
  • Jantina Tuthill

For full event details and to purchase tickets, visit

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