To kick summer off, if you love Puffins as much as I love photographing them please check out the June 2018 Issue #85 of N-Photo Magazine for some beautiful puffin photos. I am honored to be a special contributor for this issue and featured on the same page as the one and only Joe McNally Photography. A brief overview of the puffin images can also be accessed here and as always prints can be purchased here.
Honored to have one of my most memorable wildlife portraits in the November issue of N-Photo Magazine. On a day in which the wildlife of the world received coverage because the numbers of mammals, birds and fish declined by an average of 58% between 1970 and 2012 (source: World Wildlife Federation and the Zoological Society of London). A few of the goals I have set forth through my photography are to change the hearts and minds of those who do not care about or appreciate wildlife, educate those who are uninformed about wildlife, and to be a bridge to those who do not have the access or ability to see the wildlife of this world before it’s gone. Thank you N-Photo! Simply the best magazine dedicated to professional Nikon photographers.
Honored to have won my second National Geographic Top Shot award. Below is the winning image which is a crop of a full frame 35mm (FX) photographed with all of the bald eagle’s wings in frame. I liked the way the cropped version looked as it displayed all of the eagle’s fine details as she went in to pick up the fish out of the water (and she got it, I have 50+ images form the sequence). As always this bald eagle was photographed in the wild, all natural, with no baiting or any other nefarious shenanigans. For the gear-geeks, I photographed this with my Nikkor 800mm f/5.6 FL ED VR with 1.25TC attached to my Nikon D4S. Can’t wait to shoot my D5 with this glass! Please feel free to follow me on National Geographic.