Artist Bio

Judy Lynn Malloch has an avid passion for nature photography.  Her intensity for wildlife photography began in Southern Florida, but has now expanded to locations throughout the world.

Since beginning photography in 2005, her adventures have taken her all over the world including Canada, the US and the Caribbean as well as Africa and Central and South America.  Her extensive trips have provided many fascinating experiences to sharpen her wildlife shooting skills with birds, animals, reptiles, insects and amphibians.  However, her passion has primarily developed into bird photography but certainly she has not lost her love for other forms of wildlife photography..

Early on in her photography career Judy Lynn began receiving enquires regarding her work. She has published articles for international syndication via Barcroft Media and Caters in the UK on the Alaska Bears and the Burrowing Owls.  She was selected by Out of Chicago Photography to serve as a guest lecturer on Birds for one of their recently concluded virtual conferences as well an instructor and presenter on a tour to the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica.  She has also written published articles for FemWorld View, an online magazine on the subjects of the ancient city of Petra in Jordan, the Frogs of Costa Rica and the amazing desert dunes of Sossusvlei in Namibia Africa.  She has given a presentation of “Wings and Things” at one of the annual conferences of PSA and has appeared twice on Peggy Ferin’s on line program for photographers called “Understanding Photography”.

Judy Lynn was born in Canada but has been a proud American citizen for 35 years.  She is also an accomplished painter, exhibiting in both oil and watercolors.  Over the years, her developing photography skill has been recognized and has earned many awards from organizations such as National Wildlife Federation, NANPA, Natures Best, National Audubon Society, Share The View and National Geographic to name a few.  She posts her images regularly on Facebook, 500px, Flicker and Instagram.

Eight yeas ago Judy Lynn along with her husband Gary, began a photography tour business called Natures Tapestry Photo Adventure Photo Tours.  Currently they conduct five workshop tours each year; two to Costa Rica and one each to Namibia, Africa, Ecuador and the Pantanal in Brazil.

Judy Lynn lives in Oxford, Florida with her husband Gary.  Together they have three daughters and twelve grandchildren.

Interview with Judy Lynn Malloch


  • Cuba
  • Ecuador
  • Africa – Kenya and Botswana
  • Pantanal, Brazil
  • Bosque del Apache, New Mexico
  • Alaska, Katmai
  • Costa Rica
  • Kalamath Basin, Oregon
  • Florida Wetlands and Everglades
  • Newfoundland, Canada
  • Wyoming and Yellowstone
  • Panama
  • Inagua Island, Bahamas
  • Etosha, Namibia – Africa
  • Texas Ranches
  • High Island


  • 2 Annual Exhibits – Northern Trust Bank, Boca Raton, FL
  • Gallery Exhibits – Delray Beach, FL, August-September 2011


  • Grand Prize – National Wildlife Federation
  • First Place, Macro – Loxahatchee Photo Contest, 2004
  • First Place – American Orchid Society Photo Contest, 2005
  • Animal Photo of the Year –, 2005
  • Photographer of the Year –, 2005
  • Second Place & Honorable Mention – Chasing the Light, Juried Contest Online
  • Picture of the Year – MyParkphotos, 2006
  • Top Ten Image – Nanpa, 2008
  • Three First Place – Atlanta Audobon Photo Contest, 2012
  • First Place – Atlanta Audobon Photo Contest, 2011
  • Picture of the Year –, 2011
  • 3 Images of the Week –, 2011
  • Editors Choice –, September 2011 and May 2012
  • 1st Place – Florida Wildlife Federation Photo Contest
  • Nature’s Best Windland Smith Rice 2017
  • Highly Honored Nature’s Best Backyard 2017
  • Denver Audon Share The View 2017
  • Audobon Photography Award 2016 & 2017


  • Instructor for Out Of Chicago August 2019 – Costa Rica
    Instructor for Out of Chicago Worldwide Virtual Conference 2020
  • Distinguished Judge – Loxahatchee Photo Contest 2009-2010
  • Keynote Speaker, Wings and Things – PSA International Convention, Colorado Springs, 2011
  • Keynote Speaker – Camera Clubs
  • America’s Common Ground The Wilderness Act at 50 – Celebration


  • Nature’s Best – Spring Issue 2012
  • Map of Panama – National Geographic
  • Front Cover – Palm Beach Playbill, 2004
  • Bears of Alaska – Barcroft Media,U.K.
  • Winning Photo – National Wildlife Federation, November 2011
  • Three calendar Images – Florida Wildlife Federation, 2009
  • Expressions Magazine – NANPA 2008-2016
  • Hummingbird Photo – PSA Journal