I'm a natural history, science, and travel photographer. For over two decades, it's been my pleasure to capture the natural world around us. We have so many things to learn and appreciate during our short time on this planet; capturing and sharing that information visually is what I love most.

Photography has been a tool that's taught me to take a closer look at things that might otherwise have escaped my attention or been simply taken for granted. I live for the times that I find myself in some incredible location that unbelievably, somehow, is still undiscovered and unspoiled. Whether it's a moment stopped in time, a beautiful dance of light on a surrounding landscape, or something as predictable and unchanging as a rock, there is always something to be learned. In those moments, I realize how incredible life is and how utterly grateful I am to be a part of it.

It's now more important than ever to record such things as our world is rapidly moving in a dangerous direction. Bringing awareness to what may soon be lost is maybe the highest objective. Tying together how everything is connected is a crucial component. We can no longer afford to be isolationists. When we make our ecology sick, we make our biology sick. If it's unsustainable for our planet, it's unsustainable for us as well, in every way imaginable.

With that, I encourage anyone with a camera, cell cams included, get out there, share your photos, and, most importantly, your voice.



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