Morgan Davis Tyree
I photograph all over Wyoming and Montana. I've been in the Northern Rocky Mountain region since 1991. When not out and about, I teach graphic design at Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming. In the past three years, I have learned to fly camera-equipped drones which has given a new dimension to my work.
I'm left-handed & footed with the exception of batting and golf (neither of which I do well). Years ago I ran a marathon, but these days, a five-mile run is a marathon. I still ride a skateboard/longboard.
I like to travel to remote, small towns of the Intermountain West to watch high school football. I don't watch or have TV; an occasional movie. I use Macintosh computers, like cream only in my coffee, prefer summer than winter, Coke to Pepsi and cats to dogs (especially barking dogs).
Weapons of mass creation include: Pentacon Six TL, Holga Wide-Angle Pinhole, Diana, Junkor, Zeiss Super Ikonta 531 (1948), Yashica D TLR, iPhone, Kiev 4, Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Flash, Fuji GS645w, DJI Phantom 3 and Syma 8XC drones, Nikon FM, HorizonT, Mamiya 6, Nikon D200, Lomo Sprocket Rocket and a Gevabox. Thanks to my big brother, I also own a Kodak Medalist II medium format camera... it's such a beast!
Below is a small sampling of some of my work. You can find more images on my Flicker page: