Hayden RossignolHayden Rossignol is a young photographer from Portland, Oregon. He started his photography career at the age of 11. Once he picked up the camera he just couldn't put it down. With this support of his whole family he has traveled all over the Pacific Northwest capturing nature and wildlife of all shapes and sizes. Though he doesn't like to mention it, Hayden has won several awards for his photography. His awards include National Geographic Kids, Columbia Gorge Refuge Stewards and one from Nat Geo that had one of his photos displayed in former Vice President Biden's home. He has also been interviewed for his photography from KOIN 6 news in Portland Oregon, PhotoWhoa, and the City of Gresham Oregon. He is always looking for ways to improve his photography. He has tried other types of photography including newborn, headshots, Legography, macro and wedding. He also enjoys sharing his photography adventures on Instagram under @StopandSeetheNature .
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