Jane Dove Juneau uses photography to express her concern for the environment in relation to climate change, overpopulation and depletion of resources. Jane Dove Juneau has a background in New Zealand newspaper photography. After leaving New Zealand she spent 17 years at the ski resort of Mammoth Lakes in the Eastern Sierra working as a photographer, writer and later as a newspaper/magazine editor. She also worked as a freelance photographer providing photographs to the Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, various magazines - Skiing, Time, book publishers and corporations - Powerbar, Nike, Patagonia. Now living back in New Zealand Jane works as a freelance photographer and writer.