Jack Curran 1


I look back and realize that learning to SEE was not something that came naturally. I had to think about the flow of light, the impact of composition, and creating images that were personally and emotionally rewarding. While I see in black and white, it took me quite a while to honestly feel connected and create expressive photographs.

I've been extremely fortunate to have been internationally exhibited, published and awarded at the highest levels in recent years. I'm truly grateful to all those people who have supported my photography.

Today, I hope that the photographs I create will evoke the sense of gratitude and respect I have for our planet. I hope that my pictures will evoke your passion points and appreciation for our world. I look forward to sharing my photographs and what I’ve learned. I look forward to having enduring, informative and collaborative conversations with you. I’m looking forward to donating more of my images to important causes that help our planet, the less fortunate and those in need. I have been extremely fortunate for many years and remain grateful to all that have encouraged me on this journey!

Let's go on this journey together!



In The Shadow, Yosemite

The Boneyard I


Lone Tree, Forest Park

Standing Tall

Illumination, Death Valley

Morning Light, Death Valley

Approaching Storm, Death Valley

Sand Storm, Death Valley

Dune vs. Mountains, Death Valley

Zabrinski Point, Death Valley



Monument Valley

Illuminated Dune, Death Valley

Sand Dunes in Snow

Dolomite Light, Italy

In Motion, Dolomites, Italy

Clearing Storm, Colorado

Land Meets Sea, Iceland

Morning Storm, Patagonia

Last Light, Patagonia

Cerro Torre, Patagonia

Fitz Roy, Patagonia

Lenticular Clouds, Patagonia

Torre del Payne, Chile

Morning Mist, Patagonia, Chili

Wave Clouds, El Chalten, Patagonia

Lower Yosemite Falls I

Lower Yosemite falls II

Cloud Burst, Naples

Formations, Naples

Aluminium Church, Iceland

The Black Church, Iceland

The Boneyard, II

Treeline, Forest park