Leading my first photo workshop

At our core, conservation photographers are environmental educators. And maybe it is the educator in me, but lately I've been getting excited about the idea of empowering others to use their photography for conservation purposes. I recently ran my first conservation photography workshop and really loved it...

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Artist in the Oaks

Exploring nature with an artist is like seeing the world with new eyes.  Last week I brought Conservation Artist Mollie Doctrow to one of Archbold’s oak hammocks…

This post links to an article I wrote for “The Scrub Blog.”

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Dissecting "Spiders in the Sand"

Back in March 2017, Dr. Jim Carrel took me out with him into the Florida scrub to demonstrate how he monitors two species of scrub burrowing wolf spiders, a research project he has been running for over thirty years. This photo was one of my favorites right away. Sometimes an image just "pops" for me, but it only happens when a number of elements line up in a harmonious way…

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