Some Navigation Helps!
ABOUT US introduces the background of Ray Mears as well as the goals and purposes of Studio in the Wild.
GALLERY takes you to thumbnails of different categories of photographs.
STUDIO NEWS takes you to the latest photographic adventure.
STUDIO ARCHIEVES includes unusual photographs not included in the portfolio and the history of the photograph.
VIDEO ARCHIVES contains photos and videos of presentations and photographic adventures.
MINISTRY NEWS includes some of the more recent speaking engagements.
SPEAKING INFO helps those who are considering Ray as a speaker for your wildlife event.
"HOW TO" PAGE gives insights into methods used to photograph wildlife.
Welcome to Studio in the Wild! We invite you to visit our gallery of
brown bear, mountain goat, mountain lion, elk, trophy whitetail deer, mule deer, eastern wild turkeys, eagles, ducks, egrets, wild birds, landscapes, and much more. You may enjoy a duck hunt or a visit to our
"How To" section on photographing wildlife. We hope you enjoy your visit.
Click on the deer if you want to live Life's Greatest Adventure!
You will never reqret beginning this greatest of all adventures. It will never end!
Ray is available as a
Special Event Speaker-
Wild Game Suppers
Clubs and Community
"He is a gifted communicator and a very effective evangelist. -- It is amazing how he uses wildlife or God's creation to talk about our Beloved Creator. If God leads you to use Ray in your church, you will be blessed by his ability to minister through the Holy Spirit!"
Dr. Mike Holloway
Senior Pastor /Past President of Louisiana Baptist Convention
Cook Baptist Church
Ruston, LA 71270
"I booked Ray Mears for our annual Wild Game Supper this year. He is an outstanding speaker who is proud to share with you the Greatest Adventure of his life. His photographs are the best I have ever seen of wildlife actually in the wild.." In Him,
Dwayne L. Monk, Pastor
New Hope Baptist Church, Choudrant La.
WELCOME TO OUR STUDIO IN THE WILD
Wyoming Photo Shoot
Once in a lifetime we have the opportunity to be surrounded by beauty for hours upon end. Such was The Tetons and Yellowstone in October. We spent days in our Jeep Wrangler searching out endless possibilities of wildlife and landscapes. I was exhausted at the end of the trip like none before. It was in God's hands from the beginning. With guide, Garry Wagner from Enterprise, Oregon, we were able to get up close and personal on magnificent animals. Many were in rut and twice got too close and backed out just in time. We were in awe of the beauty of it all and give all the glory to God who created it for our enjoyment and yours. PTL