Canyonlands, Utah. Photo by Monica Koenig

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Photo Taken by Bill Simpson

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Tucker Stapleton (b.1990) is a documentary photographer and backcountry ranger originally from Upstate New York. He became a volunteer firefighter in 2004, and stayed an active member for twelve years. 

During this time, the job of volunteer firefighting became the focus of his first long-term project which culminated in Eight Minutes to a Collapse.


Tucker studied history at Oswego State University in Upstate New York, graduating in 2012. The People You See In New York, New York was compiled from his street photographs made during multiple trips to New York City between 2010 and 2014.


Other essays that Tucker has produced include Chromesthesia, Southern Poland, and Between A View To The Sea.


Currently, Tucker resides in Northern Colorado in the High Rockies. When he isn’t working as a backcountry ranger, he spends his time outside and/or on the road shooting exploring people’s relationships with our environment, and each other.


In the near future, Tucker is going to release a new set of images made throughout the American Southwest which explore the geologic, and human history of a region of the North American continent that would be inhospitable without our modern amenities.


Please feel free to contact via the links below. 


Email: tuckerstapleton@gmail.com


Twitter: @tuckstapleton


Instagram: tuckerstapleton

Indian Creek, Utah. Photo taken by Monica Koenig

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Photo Taken by Joe Szuszwalak
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Photo Taken by Jacob Hunt

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