Randy Wood


Redding, CA


Fine Art & Landscape Photography by
Randy A. Wood

While Redding, California was certainly not the beginning of my journey with a camera, it is now my home of almost 17 years. My start was somewhere in the grassy green vineyards, rolling hills, and starry-skied summer nights of Southern Oregon's Rogue Valley. My high school sweetheart and Wife of nearly 30 years, Wendy Wood, and I have raised 3 beautiful children and are now proud grandparents of two beautiful little girls. I am Randy Wood, Owner of & Landscape Photographer for Wood R.A. Photography (Redding, CA).

By day I am a Senior Land Surveyor for the State of California and have been in the career since April of '91. My job has provided me many opportunities to travel to some of the most beautiful locations in our State giving me a range of experience. I feel so blessed to reside in a location surrounded by so much natural beauty everywhere I look. My Wife has been one of my biggest supporters and advocates of my photography, really pushing me to fulfill my destiny in taking it to the next level living each day to the fullest. If my Wife isn't with me, my trusty sidekick, (my 4-year old, energetic, yellow-lab) Tobias Jack (aka "Toby") can be found cutting across the switchbacks and foot trails with me, since he is the least bit camera-shy...thus far.

Friends who know me well know I haven't missed a sunrise in over 30 years. When I am not at my office or getting candid shots of my granddaughters, I can be found anywhere surrounded by lush, dense, green forest; seeking that perfect reflection on one of our many lakes; along one of our many rivers, streams, and waterfalls; or chasing the drama of the very last beaming ray of light at sunset. To quote Ralph Waldo Emerson, "Never lose an opportunity of seeing anything beautiful, for beauty is God's handwriting”.

While my youngest daughter would describe my work as something "visionary" I just think of it as imaginative & original. My photography has helped me find an incredible peace of mind with each and every humbling experience I encounter "through the lens". Seeing my memories of the lost sandy shores now just a distant memory on a canvas years later has made my dream of capturing those otherwise lost moments in time quite a reality.

My goal as a business owner is to provide North State residents with quality images I've captured of surrounding natural landscapes and local monuments from the comfort of your own home or business office; from the coastal redwoods, to majestic volcanoes, & high desert plains just out of your reach, to the green valley in which we live, the variety of images I have to provide will always be within a reasonable, affordable price range and with complimentary friendly, and dependable services.

If you enjoy what is before you today and want to see more of my work, please visit my facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WoodRAPhotography

Available by Phone: #(530) 244-5750 and by email: photo.woodra@gmail.com


Retired Seagrave by Randy Wood


Middle Falls McCloud River -3 by Randy Wood


Invasion by Randy Wood


Fall of Iris by Randy Wood


Hedge Creek Falls by Randy Wood


101 Proof by Randy Wood


Tiger Swallowtail - 2 by Randy Wood


Tiger Swallowtail by Randy Wood


Felt by Randy Wood


Standards and Falls by Randy Wood


Fall of Iris - 2 by Randy Wood


Three Bridges by Randy Wood


Freedom Begins by Randy Wood


South Beach Run by Randy Wood


Flair by Randy Wood


Accompanied Journey by Randy Wood


San Juan Wagon by Randy Wood


Castillo de San Cristobal by Randy Wood


Sunshine by Randy Wood


Homestead by Randy Wood


Grazefest by Randy Wood


Sacramento River Valley by Randy Wood


Emerging Spring by Randy Wood


Surprise by Randy Wood


Clown Face by Randy Wood


Summers Bloom by Randy Wood


Skeletons by Randy Wood


Pause by Randy Wood


Parkside by Randy Wood


Golden Whispers by Randy Wood


Cape Blanco Lighthouse 3 by Randy Wood


Cape Blanco Lighthouse 2 by Randy Wood


Cape Blanco Lighthouse by Randy Wood


Ghost Ship by Randy Wood


Meadow Views by Randy Wood