Josh Fulmer grew up on a plantation in southwest Georgia, where he learned from his hunting-guide father that one’s work should be enjoyable and that outside is inherently better than in. An insightful English teacher suggested that he combine a knack for wordsmithing with his enthusiasm for the outdoors, so he enrolled in both the Outdoor Education and Mass Communication programs at Georgia College. A magazine internship took him to New York; there he worked for National Geographic Adventure, Men’s Journal, Budget Travel and other publications. He is now the Coordinator for Outdoor Recreation and an adjunct instructor at the University of Georgia, where he is also pursuing a graduate degree in Natural Resources, Recreation, and Tourism.
You can view some of his work here.
Above: Sandbar coffee on the Ocmulgee River; Scouting the rapel into Rusty's Cave; An autumn ridgeline in the Wasatch Range.