Sandy Sisti of Wild at Heart Images has been a photographer for over twenty years and a lover of wildlife and nature since childhood. Her lifelong love of all things wild led her to relocate from New York to Wyoming to be close to Yellowstone National Park. During her first visit to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks in 1994, Sandy felt a special connection to the area and was determined to make the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem her home. Now living in nearby Wapiti, Wyoming, Sandy is able to spend most of her days in Yellowstone and the surrounding areas observing and photographing its wealth of wildlife.
Sandy's work has been published by numerous organizations including Outdoor Photographer, Wyoming Wildlife, Ranger Rick Jr., National Wildlife, Jackson Hole Magazine, Defenders of Wildlife, VIA Magazine, Buffalo Field Campaign, Yellowstone Association, Cody & Beyond, Outside Bozeman and various other books, magazines and newspapers throughout the United States and Europe.
In April of 2015, Sandy had the privilege of being profiled in OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHER MAGAZINE. The article showcased some of Sandy's most compelling wildlife images and discussed her transition from pharmaceutical executive to full-time wildlife photographer. The magazine also featured Sandy's image of a winter bison, entitled 'Road Warrior' as the cover image for April. Because of the attention garnered by the Outdoor Photographer spread, Sandy was interviewed by KCWY-13 TV and profiled in the local CODY ENTERPRISE.
All images featured here are available as individual prints, matted/framed prints, canvas prints and gallery wraps, metal and acrylic prints, as well as note cards. You can view the complete collection of Sandy's work on her website at WILD AT HEART IMAGES. In addition, please visit the Wild at Heart Images Facebook Photography page WILD AT HEART IMAGES ON FACEBOOK where you can find up-to-the-minute trip reports and photographs, including detailed information about Sandy's most recent activities and wildlife encounters.
Check back often as we continuously expand our collection of images of nature from the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.