I am a natural history and conservation photographer from Gainesville, Florida. I picked up my first camera in high school, an indestructible 35mm Minolta SRT 101. Not long after, I was waking up at 4:00am to shoot golden light before the first period bell rang. What I loved about the power of the camera then, is what I still love today: it has always moved me to seek adventure and purpose.
On my website you’ll find a wide range of subjects and locations. Over the years my camera has carried me to some of the most wonderfully remote and imperiled areas this side of the globe. From presidential overthrows and the Amazon Rainforest in Ecuador, to the Cangrejal River Basin in Honduras, up to the sagebrush country of Wyoming, and into the deepest regions of the Everglades, I strive to expose the dynamic relationship between people and the natural world.
Currently, my work focuses on America's swamps in an attempt to change public opinion towards our country’s wetlands. After spending nearly four years living and working in the Everglades watershed, I will be releasing a 300-page coffee table book about the heralded River of Grass. My book, Everglades: America's Wetland will be released by University Press of Florida in August of 2014.
I am available for assignments, features, and personal instruction. I am currently the official photographer for Savage Race
, the country's top obstacle course race as voted by Travelete
. If you have any questions regarding workshops, tours, prints, or stock please contact me using the form listed on the website.
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