Josephine Cox is a photographer, violist, dancer, poet, and English teacher currently based in Leeds, Alabama. Her interest in photography lies in her love of all creation as well as a passion for color and visual movement. Fully self-taught, Josephine tries to capture the world with displays of colorful mountains, landscapes, waterscapes, and floral images to celebrate eco-diversity from Alabama, the Appalachian mountains, the Grand Canyon, New Zealand’s South Island, Victoria and South Australia, the deserts of Chile, and Patagonia. Josephine’s work “Awa” (Copeland River, New Zealand) won honorable mention in the nature portfolio category in FotoWeek DC 2011 competition, and “Midnight Picnic” won honorable mention in the State Park category in Outdoor Alabama Magazine’s 2014 competition. In addition, she has donated numerous images to the national park system in Chile by special request.