Nationally published nature photographer René Clark of Dancing Snake Nature Photography, specializes in capturing the beauty of Southern Arizona’s wild inhabitants. Named one of the top Reptile blogs by Herp House Magazine, René ‘s work has been featured on The Reptile Living Room web show, as well as working with various authors to supply photos for scientific and natural history publications. Photographing for the UofA Herpetology Department, and the Tucson Reptile Show, as well as partnering with Arizona Game and Fish, The Turtle and Tortoise Survival Alliance, and the Tucson Herpetological Society, René has co-taught wildlife photography workshops, and has given lectures on photographing herpetofauna in the field. René has had work featured in the Haunted Hands Gallery in downtown Tucson, as well as sold commercially in various shows and art fairs. And more recently, René has been tapped as a judge for photography contests for local camera clubs in the Tucson area. She is happiest behind the camera, whether it’s photographing a splendid sunset, or lying in the dirt to photograph a rattlesnake in strike position. With the lens trained on everything from saguaros to spiders and feathers to fangs, Rene’ Clark strives to capture the striking beauty of the Southwest with a passion for the wildlife and natural majesty of the Arizona Sonoran Desert.

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An amazing portfolio of images. Outstanding photography and always a pleasure to view images old and new. Extremely educational too.

December 29, 2019