Taylor Woods wins statewide photo competition

JACKSON HOLE, WYO –And first place goes to…

Taylor Woods recently won first place in Wyoming Wildlife’s photography contest. Her photo is published in the February 2018 Wyoming Wildlife Magazine.

The Wyoming Wildlife Photography contest received almost 3,000 entries this year.

Taylor Woods

Woods has lived in Jackson for 20 years, and is marketing manager at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. She photographs wildlife any chance she gets, which is almost every weekend.

Woods also recently placed Best of Show, Division Champion, and first place for photography at the 2018 Teton County Fair.

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