Jack Nevitt has been a nature photographer since the early 1970’s. He retired from the Federal Government in 2003 as a Photo Lab Tech/Video Production Specialist and has been doing nature and wildlife photography full time ever since.
Since retiring Jack has been traveling and photographing the world and can be seen most days in a local park.
He has worked for the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority as a ranger at Pohick Bay Regional Park and part time for the National Park Service at Prince William Park.
He has been published in Time Life Magazine, Loudoun Magazine and had the cover of National Wildlife Magazine for his photograph called “The Cormorant Wing” and has won local recognition for his photograph called “Great Blue Heron at Sunrise”.
Jack is trying to keep up with the latest cameras, but it’s not easy or cheap. His current camera body is the Canon 5D MK III and the Canon 1D MK IV. He uses 4 main lenses, the Canon 24-105 L f4, Canon 70-200 L 2.8, the Canon 300 f2.8 II and the Sigma 150mm 2.8 Macro lens.
Jack is also a gallery artist and his work can be viewed at The Gateway Gallery in Round Hill and the Arts in the Village Gallery in Leesburg, Va.
Jack is a member of Loudoun Arts Council, the Loudoun Photo Club and the Manassas Warrenton Camera Club.