Rick Collier is a photographer and writer with a worldwide portfolio, specializing in international travel, destination, cultural, landscape, nature, and underwater subjects. Over three decades he has traveled the world and developed a unique eye and voice to express perspectives on learning and experiencing divergent cultures, histories, and “traveler’s tales.”

Rick often works in partnership with his wife, travel writer Nancy Bauer. Together, Rick and Nancy co-authored the iOS and ‘Droid travel guide app Virginia Wine In My Pocket. Their previous creation, Rehoboth In My Pocket, has moved to a new owner / author but retains much of their original work. Both Rick and Nancy are available for local or worldwide assignments.

Contact Rick here.
About Use Terms, Copyright, and Licensing

Almost all images on Rick’s web sites are available for sale at Rick Collier Imagery (RickCollierImagery.com). Images may be bought as products or downloaded for use according to relevant license terms as follows:

Purchase License Terms: Rick’s images are available to be purchased as a print or product or for digital download for personal or commercial use according to the appropriate license terms. (If purchased, the display watermarks you see on the web pages will be removed.) Licenses are available for personal or commercial use. Images may only be used for any money-making endeavor under the appropriate commercial license. Otherwise, all commercial rights are reserved.

Creative Commons license for select Logo Products: Creative Commons LicenseImages that incorporate the logo of Rick Collier Imagery and/or The Photo Tourist may be made available in a special collection and may be downloaded freely for personal use and sharing based on Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. Many images have been published on Rick’s blog about travel and photography, “The Photo Tourist.” You may download those images under three specific conditions: They may not be modified or altered (in particular, the original logo watermark must be preserved and clearly visible); if displayed online, they must be accompanied by a clearly available link-back to the original photo on these pages or the relevant post on “The Photo Tourist;” and they may not be displayed for any commercial purpose (including on any web site that provides advertising revenue or other profit).

Public Service and nonprofit use: Rick is happy to support nonprofit and public service causes. Please contact Rick to secure permission or to request custom products.