About Lee Bertrand

Lee is a freelance photographer based out of San Diego, CA. He moved to California in 2011 with 10 years experience as an ocean lifeguard and junior lifeguard instructor. He continued his work in drowning prevention by working as a full-time swim instructor until ultimately taking his part-time photography business to a full-time career.

With a love for art and nature, Lee's fine art photography is primarily inspired by the raw power and beauty of water and everything that comes along with it. Lee is incredibly passionate about capturing the ocean in all its glory, along with other amazing geological formations that were created by the energy of water. Lee loves bringing his images to life by creating large format prints with vivid and bold colors and hanging them on his clients walls.   

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Fall in Alaska Part II

“I left Talkeetna with a sense of accomplishment and adrenaline still rushing through my veins. I successfully viewed and captured the Northern Lights and now it was road trip time! We headed southbound to explore the Seaward Drive with a few days to kill before having to be in Homer, AK. The drive from Anchorage to the town of Seward is famous for its roadside glaciers, mountains, waterfalls and whale watching to name a few.   Featured in National Geographic as a must do road trip, it did not disappoint!”

“I left Talkeetna with a sense of accomplishment and adrenaline still rushing through my veins. I successfully viewed and captured the Northern Lights and now it was road trip time! We headed southbound to explore the Seaward Drive with a few days to kill before having to be in Homer, AK. The drive from Anchorage to the town of Seward is famous for its roadside glaciers, mountains, waterfalls and whale watching to name a few. Featured in National Geographic as a must do road trip, it did not disappoint!”


Fall in Alaska Part I

“That night we set out at the mercy of mother nature. With the forecast looking less promising then the prior night. our expectations were managed a bit. To our surprise we scored an epic night of protons and electrons colliding into gas that put on a more entertaining show then David Copperfield, The Blue Man Group and Cirque du Soleil rolled into one. Sometimes I wonder how I was not absolutely hanging on the edge of my seat during science class as a kid. It must have been my teachers fault. It certainly could not have been the fact that my attention span was shorter than that of a squirrel monkey”


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