It is difficult to picture the Southern Appalachians without seeing one of J. Scott Graham's iconic images. For three decades, his legendary photographs of the Blue Ridge Parkway and Great Smoky Mountains National Park have helped define these beloved sites for millions of visitors.

In addition to these two locations, Scott also works with many state parks, national forests, national historic sites, vacation destinations, and premier resorts throughout the country to produce exceptional images that he fashions into an array of creative products for their gift ships and retail outlets.

Scott's most prolific work, however, can be found in the Caribbean, where he has been working with national park service sites in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands since the turn of this century.

Widely admired as one of America's finest photographers, Scott has also become one of the industry's most successful artists. From calendars and coffee table books to puzzles and postcards, the J. Scott Graham brand is sold at hundreds of retail locations throughout the continent.

Scott resides in Johnson City, Tennessee, and has been married to his wife, Cathy, since 1990. They have two sons, Chace and Jackson, and a daughter-in-law Lainey.