Bucks County
Author: Bob Krist and Ryan Mancuso

Bob Krist is a freelance photographer whose work has taken him to over 140 countries on all seven continents and has won awards in the Pictures of the Year, Communication Arts, and World Press Photo competitions. He won the title of “Travel Photographer of the Year” from the Society of American Travel Writers in 1994, 2007, and 2008. Bob’s 8 coffeetable books include In Tuscany (Broadway Books, NY), a collaboration with author Frances Mayes, that spent a month on the New York Times bestseller list. A recent convert to video storytelling, he has created cinematic video stories for clients such as National Geographic Expeditions, GoPhilly.com, Four Seasons Hotels, The British Museum, The Atlantic City Alliance, Reader’s Digest, and a number of non- profits.

For the last three years in a row, his travel films shot on assignment for National Geographic Traveler’s blog site have garnered one of the top two awards in the Broadcast Travel Video category in the prestigious Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism competition. He is currently a member of Sony’s Artisans of Imagery program. He is a contributing photographer and editor at National Geographic Traveler Magazine and was the travel columnist for Outdoor Photographer for over 10 years.

New Hope native Ryan Mancuso is a graduate of the film program at Temple University. He is a partner in Atomic Tangerine Films, a high end wedding cinematography collective with offices in Philadelphia and Los Angeles. He and Bob Krist often collaborate on film projects, the most recent being the film A Thousand Autumns, a short documentary about the shepherds working in the rugged highlands of Iceland, that won awards in several international film festivals.

Ryan Mancuso

Bucks County From the Air

Sunday, December 4, 2016 3:00 PM by Bob Krist and Ryan Mancuso

In the second installment of Visit Bucks County's video series with veteran National Geographic photographer, Bob Krist, we take you on a visually stunning view of Bucks County from a bi-plane.

The project, "Bucks County: See Why the Locals Love It," features three, short, three-minute cinematic films to promote the county as a great tourist destination by using local characters in their element.

Visit Bucks County recently partnered with veteran National Geographic photographer, Bob Krist, on a video series entitled, "Bucks County: See Why the Locals Love It."

The project of three, short, three-minute cinematic films promote the county as a great tourist destination by using local characters in their element.

Filmed by 64-year-old Krist, also a New Hope resident, and 26-year-old Ryan