Steve Creek | Wildlife And Nature Photographer

Steve Creek
Steve Creek

My name is Steve Creek, and I am an Arkansas-based Wildlife and Nature Photographer.

My specialty and passion for my photography is for the wildlife found throughout Arkansas and Oklahoma. I spend many hours each week in the outdoors and travel to many areas throughout these two states.

I enjoy the different National Wildlife Refugees and spend a lot of my time at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. This refuge is close to where I live and an easy drive.

I bought a cabin next to the Ouachita National Forest a few years ago here in Arkansas. I spend lots of time hiking and exploring this National Forest with my camera. Although I do travel some to other states, most of my photos are taken at these two locations.

I hope that you find my work artistically inspiring; and through my photos, it is my hope that you find the same passion and admiration for the wild as I enjoy each day throughout my nature walks. There truly are not enough hours in the day to capture all the beauty that nature and wildlife has to offer.

Publications: Steve Creek

My first photo I had published (Opossum) was back in 2008 by the Smithsonian Channel (Episode 3: “Nature’s Vault”).

I have a photo of a female Red-winged Blackbird feeding her young published each year in the National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America.

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries published my photo of a Swamp Rabbit (Louisiana Wildlife Insider).

Arkansas Democrat Gazette interviewed me in reference to Spittlebugs. Bubble, bubble: Toll, but no real trouble

I had a photo of my brother and his dog published by Arkansas Living Magazine: Can pets make you healthier? Health professionals and pet lovers discuss the benefits of a life with our animal friends.

A Bluebird photo of mine is being displayed on an interpretive sign at Mine Kill State Park (New York State) for the Bluebird Trail.

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology used my photo of a Great Blue Heron in the Backyard Birds and Blossoms coloring book.

Interview – Radio Station – KXMX (Oklahoma) – Wildlife Photographer Finds Treasure at Wildlife Refuge.

National Wildlife Federation – Backyard Wildlife Color of the Week: BLUE