Roger Hall first became interested in photography about 1988. He's owned a camera most of his life and has taken approximately 20,000 photos. He had owned a Pentax, Nikon 5700 and a Sony Mavica. He currently uses a Canon Digital Rebel XT.
Roger's love of nature serves as a continuing source of inspiration, motivating him not only as an artist, but also as an environmental advocate. He is a member of the Sierra Club, World Wildlife Fund, The Nature Conservancy, and Defenders of Wildlife, and contributes regularly to environmental causes. Additionally, Roger is a member of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, a global organization comprised exclusively of artists specializing in ecological and wildlife themes.
"What continues to inspire me is the beauty of my subjects and my desire to share my vision of the world with others," he says. This vision has been enhanced and expanded by his travels throughout Europe and Costa Rica, as well as within the state of California, where he now resides.