Naturalism is widely recognized as the dominant stance in contemporary philosophy (at least in the analytic tradition). But the difficulty of accounting for values and normativity within a naturalistic framework is just as widely recognized. So, what kind of account values, and the activity of valuing, can be given within naturalism? More particularly, can a naturalistic perspective offer any special clues as to the nature of aesthetic value, its relationship with aesthethic experience, and with other types of value? Reciprocally, can the doman of aesthetics illuminate a path to solving the challenges facing naturalistic accounts of value more generally? Is the topic of value the point at which the naturalist fumbles the ball, or throws the game-winning touchdown pass? My aim in this paper will be to tackle and enliven these characteristically abstract philosophical problems with concrete cases drawn from across the arts, with a particular focus on film, photography, and music.