Wyoming Teenager Wins International Photography Award
Isaac Potts got his first camera at the age of 10. Now 19, the Jackson, Wyo. native was named 2018 Nature’s Best Youth Photographer of the Year at the Windland Smith Rice International Awards last week.
His image "Battle of the Bulls" will be on display for the next year at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C.
At an age when many of his peers are still finding their way, Isaac's eye for wildlife and landscapes have earned international acclaim, thousands of social media followers, and even a profile on BBC World News.
Back in Wyoming after a whirlwind week, the photographic phenom is already looking for his next award-winning shot. His website features dozens of images captured in and around Grand Teton National Park. Hundreds more are displayed on Instagram and Facebook.