Rogue Photographer is a project created by Jason Reynolds to help protect the environment and raise awareness about climate change. 100% of the money made from print purchases goes to the Natural Resources Defense Council.


“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity; and that mountain parks and reservations are useful not only as fountains of timber and irrigating rivers, but as fountains of life.”

- John Muir

Rogue Photographer was inspired by the individuals who created 'rogue' social media accounts for the government agencies of science in response to Donald Trump's anti-science administration. Humanity has moral and ethical obligations to protect both the species of the planet and the poor from the increasing risks of climate change. When you purchase a photo, you're helping to make a difference.

100% of profit made goes towards the Natural Resources Defense Council.


How It Works

Step 1

Love the environment!

Step 2

Choose a print below.

Step 3

Buy through Society 6.

Step 4

Congrats! You've made a difference.

Get In Touch

Jason Reynolds is a full time designer and activist/creative photographer living in Seattle, WA. He's an avid rock-climber, snowboarder, lover of nature and all things science. In his free time he loves to hike, drink copious amounts of coffee, edit photos and harass family members about climate change. His hope is that he can help use Rogue Photographer to make an impact (big or small).

Jason doesn't work for the NRDC nor is he paid/affiliated with them. He just loves the planet... a lot.

Feel free to reach out to below, or find him on social media instead.