About Skye Meaker
Skye Meaker is a wild animal photographer who has been capturing the beauty of nature for over 20 years. She was born and raised in the small town of Payson, Utah, where she developed a deep love for animals and the outdoors. Skye began her photography career as a hobby, taking pictures of wildlife in her backyard and local parks. As her passion grew, she decided to pursue it professionally and attended college to study photography.
After graduating from college, Skye moved to Africa where she spent several years photographing some of the world’s most exotic animals in their natural habitats. During this time, she also worked with conservation organizations to help protect endangered species and promote environmental awareness. Her work has been featured in numerous publications including National Geographic Magazine and BBC Wildlife Magazine.
Skye’s photographs have won numerous awards including the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award from The Natural History Museum in London. She is also an active member of several wildlife conservation organizations such as WildAid and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). In addition to her photography work, Skye is an advocate for animal rights and regularly speaks at conferences about protecting endangered species around the world.
Skye’s passion for wildlife photography continues to inspire her to capture the beauty of nature and share it with the world. Her work has been instrumental in raising awareness about the importance of protecting our planet’s wildlife and natural habitats.