Sherri Cassel - Photographer
Welcome to Daisy Wolf Studio. This is where I present to you the animals and places that represent natures finest. I have been photographing for over 30 years. It was my Mom and Dad who gave my my first “ serious” camera. But I remember clicking away as young as 8 years old with a little box point and shoot film camera, taking close ups of flowers and my dog Fritz. I’ve been photographing with a Nikon since that first gift from Mom and Dad. Though I must admit, one of my favorite ways for macro shots is with simple Canon point and shoot. And, I can’t say enough about what phone cameras do today! Outstanding and convenient! I pursued a degree in Graphic Arts which helped me to delve more into my love for Photography.
I pride myself as a photographer who cares about the places and creatures we have the pleasure of seeing in the wild. I don’t condone, nor use, zoos, animal “models”, game farms, trained animals for photography, or anything that has trapped wildlife within human parameters.
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I love photography SO much I just want to share it. Whether that be in the distribution of my work into your home, your business, gifts for friends, family or colleagues. I also offer guided photography tours upon request. A believer in teaching you to use the photography device of your choice, whether it be your phone, a point and shoot, or a DSLR or even a film camera! (DaisyWolfStudio@gmail.com)
Currently I work as a tour guide in National Parks, and a Park Aid for Nevada State Parks. When not working in beautiful places with wonderful people and creatures of the land, I travel whenever possible. In my gallery you’ll see these places and creatures through my work. From the bears of Alaska, to the Blue Footed Boobies of the Galapagos Islands and the wondrous landscapes of Italy, Spain, Yellowstone, Alaska, and SO many more places!
I try and take an aloe plant with me each seasonal summer job - because it reminds me of my Mom. A house is not a home without a plant!
Found this shed antler while hiking around in Yellowstone. I put it right back after my silly photo.
Morning Glory thermal feature in Yellowstone National Park. Shameless selfie.
I LOVE this photo. While walking to my car on a rainy day I noticed my reflection and captured this with my cell phone.
The necessities in bear country.....bear spray, camera, knife
Fairy Falls in Yellowstone.