First weekend in May started with wonderful coverage in The Mountain Press. Thanks Juli Neil and TMP for running article on story behind the "Disappearing Hemlock" photograph taken during my Artist in Residence at Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Biggest TY goes to GSMNP forester Jesse Webster for working so hard to save these trees and the eco-systems they support.
So honored that one of my images inspired a reporter to research this conservation story.
Big Thank You to founder of the ENDANGERED: Art4Apes Exhibition (that supports the
Center for Great Apes) Dr. Lindsey Matheson for this wonderful interview. Thanks for viewing at my YouTube channel.
We had a great chat talking about a variety of subjects including: why I call myself a "soul photographer," overcoming technical challenges in photography, how I "got the shot" for some of Lindsey's favorite images like Grace, First Light and Moon Over the Marsh (pictured above, left to right).
Big Thank you Marc Gave for this featuring me and my passion for nature photography.
The New Pelican Newspaper. Click to Read the article.
As uncertain and crazy as this year has been, I'm very grateful for all the wonderful opportunities that have come my way. One highlight of this past Spring was the interview with ArtServe's Curator Sophie Bonet. Big thank you to her and the entire team at ArtServe who are keeping the arts alive while shutter-inside orders are still in place for most art galleries and museum. Thanks for viewing! Hope you enjoy! Click to Play
Intuitive Soul Photographer of nature, wildlife and people. Be inspired!