Cindy Miller Hopkins is a full-time travel and wildlife photographer with 25 years’ experience and over six thousand publications to her credit. Cindy has more than 100,000 images represented by two major photo agencies, one in the US and one based in the UK. Her images can be seen on the pages of thousands of text books, travel brochures, calendars, fine art prints, consumer products, U.S. and international TV spots, magazines and newspapers. Her freelance, assignment and workshop career has taken her to all seven continents and to over 150 countries. Some of her clients include National Geographic, National Geographic Traveler, Wells Fargo, American Express, Microsoft, AAA & Frommer’s travel guides, Smithsonian Journeys, Royal Caribbean, Princess Cruises, Quark Expeditions, Silversea Expeditions, Blount Small Ship Adventures, Chester Zoo, BING homepage images and TV’s Food Network & the Discovery Chanel. She has images on permanent display at the Museum of the Bible and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in Washington D.C. Her 2018 shot of 5-species of penguins in one frame is thought to be the only one like it in the world and is currently the lead image in a campaign to fully protect South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands. Along with her stock photography business, Cindy teaches digital photography classes and workshops, works as a pro-photographer/lecturer on expedition ships and leads photo safaris around the world. She is past president of the NANPA Foundation Board and a current Foundation Board member. On average, Cindy is out of the country over 200 days a year. When not traveling, which isn’t often, she lives at home with her husband in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA
Stock photography represented by Danita Delimont and Alamy.