The 7th annual ENDANGERED Fine Art & Photography Contest is proud to announce our jury panel for 2018. Andy Rouse, Tammi Hanawalt and Shannon Estenoz have generously offered their services to judge this global, online contest which benefits the Center for Great Apes. With their combined expertise in Fine Art, Fine Art Photography and the natural world, they bring tremendous expertise and enthusiasm to the judging of the ENDANGERED Fine Art & Photography Contest. They are all looking forward to reviewing all the entries.


Andy Rouse is an internationally known multi award winning wildlife photographer. He is the current holder of the Gerald Durrell award for Endangered Species and has just published a beautiful new book on mountain gorillas.

Website: https://www.andyrouse.co.uk



Tammi Hanawalt Ph.D. is the Associate Curator of Art at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, WY. She recently completed her doctoral degree in Native American art history and continues to teach art history online at the Institute of American Indian Arts, in Santa Fe, NM. Tammi works toward expanding ideas of wildlife art, and in turn, its effect on humanity’s relationship with the natural world.



Shannon is the Vice President of Policy & Public Affairs and Chief Operating Officer of The Everglades Foundation. She has spent 21 years in environmental policy and advocacy, most recently at the U.S. Department of the Interior, where she served since 2010 as director of the Office of Everglades Restoration Initiatives and the executive director of the South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force.