Jay Dickman is a Pulitzer Prize–winning photojournalist, Olympus Visionary and regular contributor to National Geographic magazine. He has been a photojournalist for over 30 years, covering a wide range of events from the war in El Salvador to the Olympics, the penguins of the Arctic to the pyramids of Egypt.
Jay was a participating photographer on 15 of the Day in the Life Of series; also a photographer on “Passage to Vietnam” and was featured on the interactive CD ROM. Jay has photographed for publications such as National Geographic Adventure, Conde Nast Traveler, FORTUNE, Forbes, American Way Magazine, and TIME. McGraw-Hill has published the book Perfect Digital Photography, co-authored by Jay Dickman: a start-to-finish guide to digital photography, discussing the aesthetics of photography, workflow and working in Photoshop.