Greetings from under the midnight sun to all old friends and new visitors to my website! As always it has been a busy and productive summer here in Alaska and as usual I am in the field more than in the office. So if you do contact me and I do not respond immediately, please be patient, it’s because I’m incommunicado in the field and I will respond as soon as I’m back in my office or have an internet connection!
The bear photo above was taken on my latest trip to photograph Alaska Brown Bears on the Katmai Coast, an epic trip of photography and adventures!
I have worked as a freelance outdoor nature photographer, and photo and natural history guide for the last 20 years from the Arctic to the Antarctic, although Alaska has been my permanent home base for these years. After earning a Bachelor’s and Masters Degree in Geology from University of Vermont I taught university classes in geology and then worked as a field geologist and environmental consultant in the Northeastern US and Canada before moving to Alaska to work at a lodge in Denali National Park. A love of the outdoors and the natural world combined with photography quickly evolved into a career as a naturalist/guide and photographer. I continue to explore the natural world and guide photography tours in Alaska, the Galapagos and Antarctica throughout the year. Visit my website or contact me for details about upcoming photo/natural history trips and to hear about my latest photo adventures! My website is a work in progress, so thanks for your patience while I get it up and running more completely.