Jim Reed is recognized as one of the world's most accomplished extreme-weather photographers for his unique images of America's changing climate. A veteran full-time storm chaser, he has spent nearly two decades documenting almost every type of meteorological phenomena - including tornadoes, blizzards, electrical storms and floods. His work has appeared in National Geographic, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, Reader's Digest, and the World Meteorological Organization. he has appeared on ABC TV's Good Morning America, NBC's Today Show and other television shows to discuss severe weather, storm chasing and global warming. He is co-author of Hurricane Katrina: Through the Eyes of Storm Chasers (2006). He is based out of Wichita, Kansas during severe weather season and Columbia, South Carolina.