Biography—I am a nature and wildlife photographer from Stafford, Virginia. While I have photographed wildlife of all types from around the world, my specialty and passion are birds—nature’s living jewels—and I’ve photographed hundreds of species on journeys from local backyards and nature preserves to India, Africa, the Galapagos Islands, and Central and South America.
My work has been awarded an Editor’s Pick from the National Geographic, and a commendation from the Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers.
I can be reached on Facebook, my email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 540-220-9341.
I am a self-taught photographer impassioned by the peculiar. My work explores the connection between Jungian archetypes and our deepest selves. Currently, located in Fredericksburg, VA, I gravitate toward abandoned places, landscapes, and compelling perspectives. Throughout my travels, I have learned to recognize the value of when to shoot in black & white, in addition to intensely colorful photography. Drawing from the brilliance of Ansel Adams and Jay Maisel, I shoot with one lens in natural light to focus on the intricacies I see all around me. Capturing the unusual in a way that fascinates, reminds me that even the smallest detail can have an unrelenting divergence of meaning.