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Bob Curley is the editor of Chimani, a publisher of mobile apps on the outdoors with a particular focus on the National Parks. Curley is a travel guidebook author with more than 20 years of experience writing for magazines, websites, newspapers and other media. A member of the Society of American Travel Writers, he is also the About.com Caribbean travel expert, so when he’s not biking, climbing or playing hockey you can find him sipping rum on any number of tropical islands.
Ashley Peters is a communications professional for the National Audubon Society in Louisiana. She manages webbased communications, graphic design, media coordination, publication and video production, and various other outreach efforts. Most recently, Peters supported communications for the Restore the Mississippi River Delta coalition which comprises Audubon, the National Wildlife Federation, the Environmental Defense Fund and several local nonprofits. Before moving to Louisiana, Peters worked as a program manager for a conservation nonprofit in Alaska. She also worked for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources on statewide communications projects for state parks, trails and water trails. She wrote for the Minnesota Conservation Volunteer and managed seasonal publications. She got her start in the conservation field by serving as an AmeriCorps member on trail crews in Alaska and Minnesota. Peters lives in Baton Rouge and writes about her outdoor pursuits in her spare time.
Fine arts photographer Tim Romano conspired to convince his wife and family that in order to produce more and better work he must essentially tackle his vices head-on in the field of play. This hard earned license to roam has led to assignments in Alaska, Chile, Argentina, New Zealand, Russia, Bahamas, Mexico, British Columbia and extensively in the US. Romano is a frequent contributor to Field & Stream and co-writes the magazine’s fly-fishing blog, http://www.fieldandstream.com/blogs/flytalk. He is also the managing editor of Angling Trade Magazine (the business publication for the fly-fishing industry), a contributing editor for MidCurrent, as well a photo emeritus of the highly regarded publication The Fly Fish Journal. His artwork is part of the permanent collections at Lake Forest College, Photo Americas Portland, Instituto de Artes de Medellin, Colombia, and the University of Colorado, Boulder.
James A. Swan, is a co-executive producer of the “Wild Justice” TV series on the National Geographic Channel; CEO for Snow Goose Productions,LLC, which produces TV shows, documentaries, commercials and book trailers; and a regular contributor to The Outdoor Wire. He is the author of 10 non-fiction books and one novel. His latest book, “War In The Woods: Combating the Marijuana Cartels on Our Public Lands,” which he wrote with California game warden Lt. John Nores, has been optioned for a feature film that’s currently in development with Warner Bros. http://www.jamesswan.com/book-war_in_the_woods.html. His on-camera presence is helped by his work as an actor, appearing in 20 feature films, three dramatic series and more than 30 commercials, industrials and print ads. He’s judged the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival three times.