My photography highlights mammals and the ecosystems that they inhabit. Living in Colorado gives me access to a wonderful range of biodiversity, from the eastern grasslands to the high alpine tundra. Through pictures and words, it is my goal to entertain, to educate, and ultimately further the conservation of our native fauna and wild places.
I enjoy and specialize in photographing many species that are often overlooked by mainstream wildlife photographers. Perhaps my favorite subjects of all are the mustelids, or weasel family, which includes bold and cunning carnivores like the black-footed ferret, otters, badgers, and perhaps the most formidable of all, the wolverine.
In 2012, I undertook a personal project to document as many of Colorado’s mammalian species as possible. This journey has taken me from one corner of the state to the other and led to many interesting discoveries, including documenting one of Colorado’s rarest mammals, the kit fox, which had previously eluded researchers for nearly two decades.
My work has been published in various books and magazines, exhibited in Denver's Santa Fe Art District, and at the American Mountaineering Center in Golden.