Diane Cook

National Geographic Photographer

Over two-plus decades as National Geographic contributing photographers, Diane Cook and Len Jenshel have shot more than ten feature articles for National Geographic magazine and many more for National Geographic Traveler. Their work spans nature and beauty, culture, the environment, and science, and is represented in more than 100 major museum collections worldwide.

Diane Cook has been photographing the complexity of landscape since her graduation from Rutgers University in 1976. She has been a recipient of two New York State Council on the Arts grants in 1987 and 2003, and a Photo Urbanism grant from the Design Trust for Public Space in 2002. She has had one-person shows at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, Klotz-Sirmon Gallery and Yancey Richardson Gallery, both in New York City, Paul Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles, G. Gibson Gallery in Seattle, Kathleen Ewing Gallery in Washington, D.C., and Scheinbaum & Russek in Santa Fe. Her work is in numerous collections, including the Houston Museum of Fine Arts, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego, and the L.A. County Museum in Los Angeles, to name a few.

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