Aaron Linsdau was born in Jackson, Wyoming in 1973, the first son of Timothy and Vicki Linsdau. He first learned outdoor craft through the Boy Scouts of America in 1986 and went on to earn the Eagle Scout award in 1992. He has written for SanDiego.com and has a certificate for feature writing from University of California, San Diego. He has earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and a master’s degree in computational science from San Diego State University. He teaches photography at the Art Association of Jackson Hole and donates time to the Teton Photography Group. In 2013, Sastrugi Press accepted the book Antarctic Tears for publication. He is currently working on Adventure One and a techno-thriller novel.
Aaron lives in Wyoming. He is a regular contributor to the Old Bill’s Fun Run, a major charity event in Jackson and his photographs and videos have been featured in videos promoting the event.
Photo credit: Jeffrey Donenfeld