Daryl Hawk

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Daryl Hawk is a documentary photographer and owner of Hawk Photography-based out of Wilton, Connecticut. He travels to some of the most remote places around the world taking photographs for magazines and presentations.[1] He has appeared on the "Today Show" showing his work.[2] Daryl Hawk is a member of the Explorers Club based out of New York City as well as the Royal Geographical Society. He has carried the Explorers Club flag to Bhutan which is one of the club's greatest privileges. According to the club's Web site, "A flag expedition must further the cause of exploration and field science."[3] Daryl hosts a Cablevision TV Show called "The Unconventional Traveler" where he interviews some of the worlds most renowned explorers. Guests on his show have included Buzz Aldrin and Jane Goodall.[4] He also gives presentations across the country speaking of topics ranging from corporate ideas to photography.[5] Hawk also owns a photography business named Hawk Photography based out of Wilton, Connecticut in which he and his team shoot weddings, portraits and other events.[6] He has published two books. The first "Distant Journeys" includes a compilation of 150 colored photographs and the second "Quiet Moments" which consists of 120 miscellaneous travel photographs.[7]

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