Current Term • 2/09 thru 2/15
David Bayles is an accomplished photographer, author, workshop leader and conservationist. He has studied with Ansel Adams and Brett Weston, among others, and has taught and written extensively in the arts for over thirty years. Along with Ted Orland, Bayles is the co-author of Art and Fear (1993), the perennial best-seller on issues of artistic development, and Notes On A Shared Landscape – Making Sense Of The American West (2005). David has fished, hiked, camped, rowed and photographed all over the western United States for more than fifty years. He lives in the woods just outside Eugene, Oregon, and spends part of his time on the Monterey Peninsula.