Jonathan Bailey is an award-winning photographer and writer with fifteen years of experience in conservation, cultural resources, and public land. He has been published in a variety of resources including Indian Country Media Network, NBC News, The Salt Lake Tribune, and Landscape Photography Magazine.
He has worked as a cultural resource specialist for the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance and the Utah Rock Art Research Association, and as a conservation writer for Utah Progressives. He has also volunteered with the Grand Canyon Trust and the Bureau of Land Management.
He has authored a best-selling publication; helped safeguard areas like the Bears Ears National Monument and the San Rafael Swell; and is one of the only photographers to survive a rockslide. (I wish I was kidding.)
He is currently curating one of the largest photographic archives of Utah rock art and fighting like hell to protect irreplaceable natural and cultural resources for generations to come.