Just finished an amazing trip with @natgeoexpeditions through British Columbia, Haida Gwaii, and Southeast Alaska. Had some amazing photo opportunities, but on top of that had a chance to have some amazing, meaningful conversations about photography, conservation, and wild places while sharing some of my stories from the field. This is definitely one of my favorite places on the planet. I am always thankful for and amazed by the naturalist staff on expeditions like these, and always leave knowing more than I thought possible. Thanks to everyone one the expedition for making it such an unforgettable experience. Thanks to @david_franklin_jaffe and @briandoylephoto for showing me the ropes up there. #alaska#icebergs#sunrise#glacierbay#instagood
@maxwellnewton looking and listening for wolves in the far north. Working with @alaskanps to educate folks about the animals and research going on in some of the more remote National Park units. Spring is coming to Yukon-Charley National Preserve. #shotoniphone
Pretty soon these little guys will be coming out. Can you believe that someone told me once their story “could be summed up in one picture”. Hands down one of the funnest shoots I’ve done. Pika communities are simply 🙌.
I had never gotten a picture of a mountain lion plucking the hair from a kill until I got this shot. Not that I was looking for it..... From early in my days photographing mt. lions with researchers from @pantheracats and working for @natgeo. Looking forward to getting back out there with help from @fstopfoundation as I continue to document what I believe to be one of North America’s most awesome animals. 🤘
As long as I can remember I’ve loved posters. I can still remember my favorite Pink Floyd poster in college. So I’ve printed out a couple of my favorite images to share with you as an 18x24 inch poster. You can hear why I picked each image if you check my IG stories. They’re on sale today signed for $35 with free shipping (in the US). Click the link in my bio to learn more.
As an added bonus I throw in both posters for the first 25 orders (buy one get one free). As always thank you all so much for your continued support. ✌️click on the link in my bio for more.
I had no idea that Mountain Goats weren’t just goats, but rather members of the larger bovidae family. Cloven hoof, ruminant mammals, they’re more closely related to cows. Always excited when work ends up great places. Check the article at the link in my bio to see another mt. goat shot and some great work by some other @natgeo natural history shooters. ✌️