The founder and owner of Jess McGlothlin Media, Jess has spent years traveling and exploring the world. While her photography and writing primarily focuses on fishing and the outdoors, she has also worked on projects with the U.S. military and several disaster response groups for national and international publications. She has teamed with The New York Times, Patagonia, YETI, Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures, Outside Magazine, Orvis, and Costa Del Mar, along with dozens of other publications and companies, and she’s frequently published in the U.S. and abroad. In the past several years, she’s worked in Russia, Cuba, Samoa, French Polynesia, Alaska, Belize, and many other destinations, and has learned how to throw spears at coconuts in French Polynesia, dodge saltwater crocodiles in Cuba, swim with tiger sharks in Samoa, and eat all manner of unidentifiable food.
Her work has appeared in several gallery shows, including recent stints in Israel, Russia, Crimea and Germany. Jess is frequently on the road, and can usually either be found with a camera or a fly rod in hand. When she’s at home in Montana, the fly rod and camera are still close at hand. She sees her mission as a simple one: tell stories.