Jerry Monkman is a conservation, and adventure photographer and filmmaker based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Known for his conservation work in New England’s wild places, he has spent the last twenty years artfully documenting the mountains, forests, and coastlines that define the region. Since 2000, he has created photography for more than 120 land conservation projects in New England, and his images have contributed to raising awareness and funds to protect a diverse collection of wild places, from a small Connecticut trout stream not far from New York City, to New Hampshire’s Great Bay, to Maine’s Katahdin Lake in the Northern Forest. With his wife Marcy he runs EcoPhotography, his stock and assignment business that services editorial, commercial, and non-profit clients.
In March 2015, he released his first feature-length documentary film, The Power of Place.
Jerry Monkman is the photographer/author of 9 books, including The AMC Guide to Outdoor Digital Photography, which was awarded a 2012 National Outdoor Book Award. His work has appeared in publications worldwide including National Geographic Adventure, Audubon, Men’s Journal, The Washington Post, Outdoor Photographer, and Yankee Magazine.
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.
2012 National Outdoor Book Award
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
2012 National Outdoor Book Award for The AMC Guide to Outdoor Digital Photography