Expeditions

For written accounts of these expeditions please view my trip accounts

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Islas de Sonora México

Jacques Cousteau once described the Sea of Cortez as the "world's aquarium" and the "Galapagos of North America." I would, in turn, describe the Galapagos as the Sea of Cortez of the Pacific, but I am biased. The Gulf of Mexico is hands-down one of my favorite destinations in the world. Animal diversity abounds in an almost mystical abundance here! In this expedition we traveled to 3 of the 4 main islands belonging to the state of Sonora. This gallery has a mix of marine and terrestrial photos...only barely scraping the surface of the immense diversity to be had.
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Oaxacan Highlands

An expedition into the highlands of Oaxaca México. This land was dominated by tropical oaks and pines; weighed down by epiphytes like the giant tank bromeliads. These remote highlands were a unique and beautiful habitat with tons of amazing creatures to boot!
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Canadian Arctic

Summer in the Canadian Arctic offers an abundance of lush scenery, snow capped peaks, and charismatic mammals preparing themselves for another long winter. Inside you will find a series of photos following a 3 week trip departing from Seattle and taking me deep into the northern reaches of the Canadian wilderness.
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Virgin Wildlife

America's Caribbean is where I get to call home now. The Virgin Islands are host to some amazingly healthy reefs, scenic vistas everywhere you turn, and unlimited photographic possibilities...I'm in heaven! Here is a gallery of some of my favorite shots from around the islands.