Lynn Chamberlain was born and raised in Hurricane Utah and has spent the last 45 years photographing the wildlife and wild places of the United States. His interest in nature photography led him to earn a bachelor of science degree in biology and a bachelor of arts degree in photography.
Over the years he has covered much of North America from Maine to California and Alaska to Hawaii capturing the beauty of the land and the majesty of it's wildlife. He has been published in many national magazines, several books and numerous other publications.
Lynn has a lot of experience promoting outdoor photography on television. He was the producer and host of the “Photo Tips” segment of a television show entitled “Utah Wild” which aired on PBS for 8 years. In 2006 and 2007 he produced and hosted a weekly show for The Outdoor Channel called “Outdoor Photo Adventures”.
Lynn was employed for over 26 years as the public relations arm of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources in Southern Utah and also taught Biology at Hurricane High School. He currently teaches digital photography at Dixie State University in St. George, Utah.
Lynn is proud to live in Toquerville and is the current mayor. He and his wife Kay are the parents of 5 children and the grandparents of 21.