TNWA Photography

TNWA Photography

Tubridy Nature & Wildlife Adventure Photography was born in 2009 - the result of recognizing our passion of adventure travel & photography. We are fortunate enough to be able to travel to many exciting places and have developed a deep love for nature & wildlife. Wherever we go, we try new things, which challenge our very being. Whether hanging out with grizzly bears in Katmai, ice climbing & glacier hiking, soaring in gliders over the Hawaiian coastline, ziplining through the rainforest, mountain biking, parasailing, hiking, hot air ballooning or whitewater rafting - there’s nothing that we won’t try (at least not yet).

“Life is not measured by the breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away"

Debbie & Tom Tubridy

Photographers by passion
(Retired Medical Sales Rep & Retired Firefighter)

Nikon camera bodies & lenses, Gitzo & Manfrotto tripods, Wimberley, Gitzo, & Manfrotto mounts
MacBook Pro & iMac

Favorite Subjects:
Nature, wildlife, adventure, travel

Favorite vacation spots:
Alaska, Pacific Northwest, Canadian Rockies, Montana, Wyoming, Utah & Colorado

Favorite quote:
“When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world”
- John Muir

All photographs are protected by copyright. Please do not use any of the photos without express written authorization of TNWA Photography.

All photographs on this website are available for individual sale, so if you see something that you're interested in purchasing or simply inquiring more information about, please drop us an email at

Some of our images are available for commercial licensing by Getty Images. For further information, please refer to

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