#186 - Jim Tang & Paige Vincent - Storm Photographers of the Year
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Jim Tang, Photographer of the Year
Jim Tang is a coder living in Denver, CO. In 2015 he went on his first storm chase and today he goes storm chasing multiple times a year, mainly to the Plains and Tornado Alley during the spring tornado season and to Arizona for the summer monsoon. Jim was voted the 2022 season Storm Photographer of the Year.
Paige Vincent, Photograph of the Year
Paige Vincent, from Colorado, began chasing storms back in 2017. Since then, she's been combining landscape and self-portrait storm photography. She is a full-time graphic designer who has a goal to inspire more women and also younger generations to storm chase. One of Paige's photos was voted the 2022 season Storm Photograph of the Year.
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