Glenn Phillips spent nearly 34 years working as a biologist for Montana State University and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. Glenn's passion for wild things and wild places led him to photography as a retirement activity and as an expression of his love for wildlife. 
Glenn has been a life-long advocate for wildland preservation and protection of fish and wildlife habitat. His images, taken throughout the western United States and Canada as well as several foreign countries, attempt to portray the beauty of free roaming wildlife and natural landscapes. His photos are available free of cost to wildlife conservation organizations.
Aldo Leapold said it best: "A thing is right if it tends to preserve the integrity, stability, and beauty of the biotic community. it is wrong when it tends otherwise."
Glenn and his wife Sandy reside in Helena, Montana.