Jerod Foster is a Texas-based travel and conservation photographer. Drawn to telling stories of the relationship between humans and the natural world, his clients include The Nature Conservancy, the Village of Ruidoso, New Mexico, Visit Lubbock, The Bullock Texas State History Museum, Texas Highways, Texas Parks & Wildlife, The New York Times, and The Texas Tribune.
Jerod is also a professor of practice in the College of Media and Communication at Texas Tech University, where he teaches a variety of photography and field-based visual storytelling courses, including the popular 15-day Junction Intersession Field Photography course and the award-winning Adventure Media program. Jerod earned his doctorate in Mass Communications in 2013. His emphasis on visual and cultural storytelling has resulted in the formation of both professional and academic relationships worldwide.
He is the author of six Peachpit books and one Rocky Nook book on photography. His most recent collaboration with poet John Poch, Between Two Rivers: Photography and Poems Between the Brazos and the Rio Grande, is available now.