Since my first summer as a park ranger in Grand Teton National Park in 1974 I've been making photographs in the northwest corner of Wyoming. Jackson Hole has been my home since 1976. During that time I've taken thousands of images. This body of work represents some of my favorite images from over the years. The images were all taken with a large format camera, mostly a 5x7 view camera. They were shot on film, one sheet at a time. Today I'm using a very expensive, 40 megapixel view camera that is able to capture images of the same quality as film shot in my view camera. As a fine art photographer my finished product is a print. Original prints are available of all these images in editions of 150 signed and numbered prints. There is nothing more beautiful than a finely crafted photographic print and that is my goal. Edward Riddell October, 2007