Jack Dykinga went from a street newspaper photographer in Chicago (where he won a Pulitzer Prize) to the canyons and deserts of the southwest where his second career shows the beauty of the world. This spring marks the introduction of his newest book highlighting all the vistas around and across the Grand Canyon of his now-native Arizona. He is motivated by environmental and conservation issues as well as his love for photography where much of his work has been done in large format. He presently has two major stories for the National Geographic magazine underway. A founding member of the International League of Conservation Photographers, he will be showing work from this new book at the workshop.