Richard Jackson’s career as a Conservation Photographer has taken him to every continent in the world over the past 40 years. His images have appeared in Audubon, Outdoor California, Sierra Club Books and Posters, International Living, Moon Glides, and McGraw Hill Publications. Richard’s primary focus was selling his limited-edition images at art shows and galleries around the western US. In 2004, while photographing the Baja peninsula, he and his wife Jill spent a few days in the fishing village of Loreto and fell in love with the town and its people. It was like coming home to a place they had never been before. Richard and Jill, along with Jill’s parents, purchased a home and turned it into a small lodge; Las Cabanas de Loreto. It was the perfect place to continue a life as a nature photographer. It has all his favorite habitats – Ocean, Desert, and Mountains, all in close proximity with lots of diverse wildlife. Richard is an advisory board member of Eco-Alianza and donates the images for their annual calendar, with the proceeds from calendar sales funding their children’s environment education program. It is his sincere hope that through his imagery he may in some small way aid in the preservation of the Loreto area for future generations.
A SPECIAL THANKS
I would like to thank all of the visitors of this web site and patrons who have supported us in the past. Please browse my photo gallery and see a pictoral history of my experiences over the past 40 years.