The Atchafalaya Basin is the largest overflow swamp in the country and is home to an abundance of wildlife including this Louisiana brown pelican photographed flying eye-level above the basin waters.
I am a Louisiana-based professional photographer shooting corporate, industrial and editorial assignments. I began my photography career in St. Charles, Mo. as a lost 18-year-old taking black and white pictures of driftwood along the Missouri River. I thought I should try earning a living shooting pictures so I went school, earned a degree and somehow landed a job in Baton Rouge. In Baton Rouge I worked as a photojournalist at the Advocate where I had a lot of fun taking pictures of cool people, beautiful places and sometimes tragic events. Nowadays I continue my photography career as a freelance photographer and while not on assignment I can be found paddling the bayous and waterways of Cajun Country or spending time exploring the beauty of Catholicism. Although, I have lived most of my life in Baton Rouge, La., I still have roots in the Midwest and I occasionally cheer for the wrong sports teams, but my Louisiana family seem to tolerate my lapse in judgment. Eventually, I hope to shoot less assignment work and get lost taking pictures of the waterways of South Louisiana.
You can follow my journey on Instagram @timmuellerphoto or visit my website https://www.redstickstock.com
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