KEN JENKINS is a nationally known natural history photographer, writer, lecturer, and outdoor adventurer. For more than 30 years his photographs and articles have appeared in publications from National Geographic to Southern Living. Galleries across the country have exhibited his work including the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs and the Sarasota Arts Center in Florida.
His books include Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Reflections of Wolves, Reflections of the Black Bear, Reflections of Grizzlies, and a series of children's books titled Wilderness World of…Bears…River Otters…White-tailed Deer, and…Raccoons. His most recent book, Expert Lifemanship, a partnership with Dr. Warren Wiersbe features his 20 years of work with eagles as an illustration of life from a biblical perspective.
After many years of teaching workshops and leading adventure travel trips in North and South America, Ken spends a majority of his time photographing for contract accounts and developing publishing projects. He is actively involved in speaking engagements around the country.
In 1990 he developed the concept of Wilderness Wildlife Week in his Smoky Mountain homeland. Each year the event draws over 20,000 participants from around the country and many foreign countries to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. It has received the Pinnacle Award for the country’s best educational event.
Ken’s galleries, Beneath the Smoke and Heaven’s Eyes, are located at the west entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park where he has been exposed to the 12 million visitors that enter the park since 1986. Contact Ken at his email address firstname.lastname@example.org.