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About Us & Our Landscape Photography in Moab, UT


Tom Till

Tom Till

Tom Till has been photographing landscape, nature, history and travel subjects worldwide for over 40 years. His publishing credits include most magazines, many newspapers, and hundreds of books; over 30 of which included only his images. In 2008, his photographs of UNESCO World Heritage sites have been displayed in a traveling exhibit worldwide; and his images are on permanent display is many U.S. consulates around the globe. The North American Nature Photography Association named him a Fellow in 2006, the only Utahn to receive the honor. His latest book, Photographing the World, won a Ben Franklin award in 2013.

The Tom Till Gallery in Moab, Utah, is the premier photo gallery based on the Colorado Plateau. Till has been called one of the "Lords of Landscape Photography" by Outdoor Photographer Magazine and one of America's top 10 landscape photographers by Nature's Best Magazine. He was featured in the book World's Best Landscape Photographers and was one of 10 photographers in a new Chinese published book about American Landscape Photographers. Many of Till's images have been used by environmental groups, and he has won awards for his contributions. Till is a rock and roll, movie, and Denver Broncos™ fan who enjoys hosting photography tours. He lives in Moab, Utah, and Telluride, Colorado, with his companion, Nancy Anderson.


Dan Norris

A photography trip to Moab in 1986 was a life-changing event for Dan: "I fell in love with the spectacular scenery of southeast Utah's canyon country and the challenge of capturing on film the incredible light, landforms, and remnants of ancient cultures.” In 1989, he began conducting photo workshops in the area, and in 1992, he made Moab his permanent home.

A long-time professional landscape photographer, Dan has been published in numerous publications, including Outdoor Photographer, National Parks Magazine, Peterson's Photographic, and several European publications. Advertising credits include The Territory Ahead Catalog, Sunset Magazine, Backpacker, Photo Pro, Photographer's Forum, Photo District News, Shutterbug, News Photographer, and more.
Dan loves night landscape photography and photographing ancient Native American archeological sites. He was featured in two instructional photography videos—"Night Photography" and "High Desert Images." He owned and operated Ancient Images Greeting Cards for 20 years and published a line of greeting cards featuring outstanding nature photography. After selling that company, Dan started Canyon Color Graphics doing graphic design and pre-press for full-color advertising products. His creations support the tourist industry in Moab and he works with professional photographer clients nation-wide to produce notecards, posters, and calendars. To see more of Dan's work, go to Dan Norris Photography.

Dan Norris


Bryan Haile

Bryan Haile

Professional Photographer Bryan Haile joined Tom Till Tours as a guide in 2016.

“I started photography when I was at 12, using a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye. But during that time I didn’t know my creative side in photography. I have the power to see the beauty. Now I feel really lucky because my hobby is my profession. 

Picking up a camera gives me an opportunity to preserve a specific vision to share with others. Ultimately, a well captured image represents a moment in time with infinite expression. The beauty of Moab and the surrounding area motivates me to get on the trail and capture it.

I began photographing the Colorado, Utah and New Mexico landscape on film in 1993. I have been shooting Nikon Professional DSLR’s since 2004. For 10 years my specialty was taking pictures of people. My goal, to show the beauty, grace, strength and enthusiasm of people in portraits, weddings and other celebrations. Today, I live in Moab, and enjoy sharing my photography knowledge with our visitors. 

I always shoot in RAW and in manual or aperture mode. All of my post-processing is done in both Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop.

Life is really busy, but I enjoy exploring, hiking, playing guitar and hanging out with friends in my free time.”

If you want to know more about Bryan, visit his on-line gallery at KivaPhotography.com