Ray Bulson – Alaska Photography Tour Guide
Ray Bulson is a full-time freelance photographer with 35 years of experience and owner of Wilderness Visions, Inc. based in Eagle River, Alaska. His fine art landscape prints have been exhibited at Ptarmigan Arts Gallery in Homer, Alaska; North America Nature Photography Association’s (NANPA) Fine Art Exhibit in Palm Springs; Anchorage Museum (Rarefied Light exhibition in 2016); and the Alaska Society of Outdoor and Nature Photographers’ alaskaWILD annual juried exhibition. Corporate clients include Providence Hospital and Willow Medical in Anchorage and Ashland Chemical in Delaware. Two of Ray’s images were included in NANPA’s Top 250 winners for their 2020 Showcase competition.
Besides fine art, Ray also shoots stock photography. His images have been published in a variety of print and electronic media including National Geographic Viajes, Alaska Magazine, Anchorage Daily News, Digital Camera Magazine, Stern Magazine, Nature Photographer Magazine, Nature Photographers Online Magazine, Delaware Beach Life Magazine, The Best of Nature Photography, Fire & Ice: Alaska, Greatland Graphics calendars, Alaska Forum on the Environment, North Pacific Research Board, NANPA Expressions 2007 & 2020 Journal, 2013 Audubon Annual Report, and National Environmental Trust. His stock collection is represented by Alamy and Panoramic Images and archived with Photoshelter.
Ray teaches digital photography as well as Photoshop & Lightroom workshops in the Anchorage area. His extensive and thorough teaching experience reflects a deep belief in expanding his students’ understanding of the technical and creative aspects of photography. He is a member of the Alaska Photographic Center and the North American Nature Photography Association. Ray is also a member of the Alaska Society of Outdoor and Nature Photographers, where he served as president from 2015-2017. Visit his website to check out his images and style. Among the things you will find in his portfolio is expansive landscapes, intimate wildlife, and a re-envisioning of landscapes through use of selective color application.