International award-winning photographers Dan Mead and Sally Eagle, have been exploring together for 40 years, documenting their travels. From the Himalayas to the Antarctic, Patagonia to Namibia, the Western United States to Iceland, a passion to explore and discover has defined their lives.  

Dan Mead, a former educator turned psychotherapist, and his wife Sally Eagle, entrepreneur and the first Executive Director of the Berkshire-Taconic Community Foundation, initially photographed their travels for personal enjoyment, and subsequently to document them for family and friends. 

Over the past 35 years, the process of editing and selecting photographs to be viewed by others enticed them to focus more intently on vividly capturing the essence of the landscapes, the wildlife and the cultures they encountered, and the scenes they witnessed.

Thousands of slides attest to their commitment to documenting their travels since they met. However, it was the advent of digital photography that really launched their dedication to photography as a craft to be pursued as its own art form. They have since had the opportunity to travel extensively and to study with and learn from some of the best photographers in the field, including Nevada Wier, Andy Biggs, David Muensch, Jack Dykinga and John Shaw. 

Dan and Sally live in Great Barrington, MA.






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